Peat-Free Compost: A User’s Guide

Peat-free compost: a user's guide, first published in Kitchen Garden magazine, May 2012.In this article, republished courtesy of Kitchen Garden magazine (May 2012), I reflect on lessons learned from my 2011 gardening trial of some good, bad and ugly peat-free composts, and offer advice for anyone setting out on the peatless path.

You can read the original article, in PDF form, here, or click on the image (left).

The 3-page companion article ‘Peat-Free Compost: A Buyer’s Guide’ might also make useful reading.

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1 Response to Peat-Free Compost: A User’s Guide

  1. Debs says:

    Read this when the mag came out. It’s a really good piece. Unbiased and easy to understand. Thanks!

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