Research into PEAT FREE alternatives

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BBC Farming Today 7th September, 2023

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has appointed a peat-free postdoctoral fellow to help the horticultural trade transition to sustainable growing media.

£1 million, co-funded, five-year project led by the charity will convene government, growers and growing media manufacturers through the Growing Media Association and horticultural product supplier Fargro to research sustainable alternatives to peat in large-scale commercial settings.

OK I would suggest they contact us as we have already been doing this for 25 years. Richard Higgins, Director.

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