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Vital Earth

Published: 15 September 2009
Vital Earth will be showing its one stop shop of over 30 mainstream and specialist compost products on at this year's Glee exhibition, as well as a brand new high performance and equally 'green' product, being shown for the first time at the exhibition.
Vital Earth
The range is 100% natural, 100% sustainable and 100% UK-sourced, laboratory-tested and extensively grower-trialled to prove its high performance, stability for storage, easy-to-use nature and competitive price.

It includes topical grow your own specialities such as vegetable compost, as well as the market's first ever peat-free ericaceous compost, created in direct response to consumer demand for an environmentally-friendly version of this specialised growing medium.

Other products such as seed and sowing composts are still only rarely seen in a peat-free format and Vital Earth also has No 1, No 2 and No 3 John Innes equivalents - again completely peat-free - to cater for the consumer liking for the JI recipe, now compromised in its original form by the its inclusion of peat.

Hall 5, Stand A20/B21

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