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House and Garden Bat mix – 50l Bag

£14.00 £11.00 incl. Vat

This premium Dutch soil combines Baltic white peat with black peat from Germany, both of which carry the RHP stamp which is the Dutch quality mark for substrates.

H&G then adds Perlite – expanded volcanic glass – to help with water retention and stop the soil compressing as much, as well as lime and bat guano which is naturally high in phosphorus and potassium.

MILLS LIGHT MIX SOIL – 50L

£15.00 £12.00 incl. Vat
Light Mix is a high quality potting soil which has been moderately fertilized by Mills. Light Mix consists of perlite and sphagnum. Mills selects these mosses carefully and works with peat cuttings all over Europe. The turf that makes it through their test is shipped to Holland and, using a strict set of guidelines, are broken into small pieces and filtered. The fractions that remain is used to mix and make the line of Mills potting soils. Light Mix is available in a 50 litre bag

BioBizz All Mix – 50L

£14.00 incl. Vat

What is All·Mix?

All·Mix literally does it all for you – creating the optimum environment for plants to flourish throughout the year. This heavily pre-fertilized substrate mixture emulates a rich outdoor soil with a full micro active ecosystem. It’s been designed to have enough nutrient-fuelled power to sustain lush growth for a couple of weeks, without any need to add any extra fertilizer.

The pH and EC values

Biobizz products only contain natural organic elements rather than mineral salts such as magnesium or sulfates that you might find in synthetic fertilizers. This gives All·Mix a high Electrical Conductivity (EC) value. And while its organic elements are impossible to measure, they do have a self-regulating system, which helps maintain the pH values at the correct level.

How to use it?

When using All·Mix for the first time, moisten it with water and leave to stand for 36 hours. This gives the Pre·Mix active fertilizer and microorganisms inside the substrate a chance to start working their magic before the plants goes in. Keep the soil slightly warm at all times – if it’s too cool, the microbial activity slows down, which makes it more difficult for the plants to grow. You also want to allow the soil to dry out between each watering. Because, as the All·Mix substrate dries out, fresh air gets in, which helps the soil to breathe.