Sinclair Foremost Pro Multipurpose Compost 50lt
- High-quality blend of sustainably sourced, reduced-peat compost and natural nutrients
- Provides excellent growing conditions for a wide range of plants, vegetables, and herbs
- Contains a balanced mix of nutrients, including nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, to support healthy plant growth
- Retains moisture and improves soil structure, promoting better root development and reducing the need for frequent watering
- Suitable for use in a variety of applications, including pots, containers, and hanging baskets
- Peat-reduced formula helps to protect the environment by reducing carbon emissions and preserving peat bogs
- Produced in the UK by a leading supplier of horticultural products, ensuring consistent quality and performance.
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- How To Use
Looking for a high-quality, nutrient-rich compost that will help your plants thrive? Look no further than Sinclair Foremost Pro Multipurpose Compost!
This compost is carefully crafted using only the finest natural ingredients, including sustainable peat, loam, and perlite. This ensures that your plants get the nutrients and moisture they need to grow strong and healthy.
But that’s not all – our compost is also fortified with essential trace elements like iron, manganese, and zinc, which help to promote healthy growth and vibrant blooms.
Plus, our compost is easy to use – simply add it to your pots or garden beds and watch as your plants flourish!
So if you’re looking for a top-quality compost that will help your plants reach their full potential, choose Sinclair Foremost Pro Multipurpose Compost. Your plants (and your garden) will thank you!
|Dimensions||60 × 40 × 20 cm|
How to Use
Use clean pots and containers with drainage holes. Ensure the growing media is thoroughly and uniformly moistened throughout the tray or pot.
Check whether the seeds have any special temperature or light requirements, then fill the seed tray with growing media. Water thoroughly using a fine rose and allow to drain. Sow seeds sparingly. Cover seeds where directed, with more growing media or Sinclair vermiculite and water again. Cover tray with glass/polythene or place in a propagator. Keep at correct temperature for gemination and keep the growing media moist. Once seeds have germinated remove covering. Place the tray in good light, but avoid direct sunlight. When seedlings are large enough to handle, prick them out, handling them by their leaves, not by their stems.
Foremost growing media can be successfully used for most types of stem cuttings. You may prefer to mix it with Westland Horticultural Sand or Sinclair Perlite to promote faster rooting. Stem cuttings can be taken between May and October – check the best method for your chosen plant. Water the mother plant the day before taking cuttings. Trim all cuttings neatly with a sharp knife. Make sure the growing media is kept moist, particularly when using a propagator. Pot on the cuttings when they have produced a healthy root system.
Seedlings/Plug Plants – Fill pot or tray with growing media and prick out the seedlings into holes. Gently firm the growing media, add a little more if necessary and water well with a fine rose.
Cuttings – Rooted cuttings should be potted on into individual pots or containers. Treat small cuttings as seedlings. Take care with fragile roots. For larger cuttings, half fill a pot, then place the plant in position and fill around the roots with growing media. Gently firm the growing media and water well.
Re-potting is best done during the growing season. Water the plant and allow to drain. Remove by turning the pot upside down, whilst supporting the plant in one hand. Tap the pot sharply to release the plant. Put a layer of growing media in the new pot and sit the plant on it. Fill the rest of the pot with growing media, firming lightly around the root ball. Finally, water well using a fine rose.