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2 hours ago 589. Fafard. Sphagnum Peat Moss Organic Peat Moss Moisture Control. Model # 1310503. Find My Store. for pricing and availability. 43. Miracle-Gro. Moisture Control Peat Moss Moisture Control.

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1 hours ago For best result, till compost into the soil before you seed. In the next step, cover the seeds with a thin dressing of compost. It fertilizes the seeds and helps to keep the soil moist. Both peat moss and compost are capable of holding water for a long time. However, peat moss is likely to do better.

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6 hours ago 58 ($1.45/Quart) 20% coupon applied at checkout. Save 20% with coupon. FREE Shipping on orders over $25 shipped by Amazon. Usually ships within 5 to 7 days. PREMIER HORTICULTURE Peat Moss Organic Sphagnum, Large, …

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8 hours ago Sphagnum Peat Moss Organic Peat Moss Moisture Control. Model # 1310503. Find My Store. for pricing and availability. 573. Fafard. Sphagnum Peat Moss Organic Peat Moss Moisture Control. Model # 1310503.

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6 hours ago Hoffman 15503 Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss, 10 Quarts. 4.7 out of 5 stars. 3,925. $17.99. $17. . 99. The Hoffman 15503 Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss is a fantastic way to ensure the very best growth for plants that don’t agree with other fertilizers and need a more delicate and dedicated approach. The Hoffman 15503 Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss is

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SunShine 3 cu. ft. Peat Moss is a natural, organic soil conditioner and is excellent for growing plants, flowers and vegetables. The peat moss can be used for reseeding lawns and is OMRI (Organic Materials Review Institute) listed. The natural soil amendment comes in a compressed-volume bag that expands when opened.

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7 hours ago Peat moss can hold up to 20 times its dry weight in water. But if you use it alone on your lawn there’s a slight chance it increases the acidity of your soil. We recommend that you do a pH test of your soil before and after, to measure results. If pH decreases, it means acidity is increasing. If it happens, simply add limestone, which will

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5 hours ago Grass Type: Midnight, Bewitched, Mazama Lawn Size: 12,000 s/f Mower: john deere x370. peat moss. Post by iowa jim » Mon Aug 13, 2018 6:24 pm. I have 3 bales of peat moss left over from my reno, providing i don't use it for a washout. What good is it for? Top. g-man Moderator Posts: 14233 Joined: Thu Jun 15, 2017 3:32 am Location: Fishers, IN

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8 hours ago Peat moss gets the bad rep of repelling waterand it does, but the water drops through to the soil. No harm, no foul, and the peat moss functions as a perfectly good mulch. In your case, if the compost is expensive and the peat moss is free, use the peat moss. >>Also, I'm following these instructions on WikiHow - are they any good? Do. Not. Till.

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3 hours ago 43. Miracle-Gro. Moisture Control Peat Moss Moisture Control. Model # 85278430. Find My Store. for pricing and availability. 12. Sphagnum Peat Moss 8.47-oz …

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9 hours ago Sphagnum Peat Moss Organic Peat Moss Moisture Control. Model # 1310503. Find My Store. for pricing and availability. [email protected] 11. Sphagnum Peat Moss 8.47-oz Organic Peat Moss Moisture Control. Model # 50430. Find My Store.

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Just Now The first downside: freaky low pH of 4.5. Since the pH scale is logarithmic, that means that peat moss is 10 times more acidic than something with a pH of 5.5 and 100 times more acidic than soil with a pH of 6.5 - which is the optimal pH for grass. So you have some stuff that is so acidic, in large enough quantities you could classify it as

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Just Now Peat moss makes a good soil amendment for some gardens, but it has other uses, too. Some of the best uses of peat moss are: Potting mixes: Peat moss is the main ingredient in many potting soils because it helps so much with drainage. Plants in containers often have problems with waterlogged soil, which peat moss helps prevent.

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6 hours ago Peat moss can keep up to 20 times its dry weight in water. Therefore, putting a layer of peat moss on top of your lawn can help recover the moisture since it acts like a sponge. The fibrous material absorbs the water, and the grass can absorb some of the moisture. Improve Soil Texture and Drainage.

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4 hours ago Re: Peat moss. Post. by GrassDaddy » Fri Jul 28, 2017 3:45 pm. As for the PH level - if Peat moss really changed the ph level of the soil, then it would be on a recommendation for soil tests. But it doesn't. It's spread at such a low amount that it has very little effect, if any. As for spreading peat moss - it's all in the rake.

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5 hours ago This is my mother in law's lawn, it used to have st. Augustine, but then my father in lawn put down some peat moss. And now it looks like this. PH levels shows 6.5. There is a pond in the background and we have a lot of trees. Newbie here and don't know much about how to restore this lawn or what to grow in it afterwards. We are in south Dallas.

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2 hours ago Peat moss is the product of living sphagnum moss, and is formed in wetland bogs. As the living sphagnum moss dies and sinks, it only partially decomposes due to the lack of oxygen in the water. This partially decomposed matter forms peat. These peat bogs can be thousands of years old, growing at a rate of one millimeter (1/25th of an inch) per

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7 hours ago How to Grow a Moss Lawn. Site preparation is the most important step. Remove any plants in the area, and rake it smooth and free of debris. Check the soil pH, which should be around 5.5. If your soil is higher, lower the pH with sulfur applied as directed. Once the soil has been amended, tamp it down to a solid surface.

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8 hours ago Here are the most important benefits of peat moss: Peat moss is a highly absorbent material. It can retain water much better than other types of soils. This is a great agent to include in your garden soil. Sterile medium. Peat moss provides a sterile medium, which is ideal for planting and growing your plants.

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5 hours ago Peat moss helps the soil hold nutrients by increasing what is called the CEC or "cation exchange capacity." Peat moss has a low pH, so if you use much, lime should be added as well. Plants that do well in acidic soils, termed "ericaceous" such as …

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3 hours ago The cost of peat moss. For the purchase of your peat moss blocks, be aware that prices can greatly vary from one retailer to another. Also, other factors are considered such as the properties of the turf and its composition. On average, prices will range from $0.30 to $0.65/square foot. Here's a look at the price to cover a plot of:

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1. Coconut Coir. Coconut coir was a popular gardening product back in the 19th century but fell to the wayside in favor of peat moss. At the time low-quality coir degraded quickly making it a hindrance in short-term growing situations.
2. Compost. Known by many as “black gold” the illustrious compost is another staple gardening product. Compost is a rich soil amendment made from the breakdown of yard and kitchen waste by microbes; it is composed of organic material and chocked full of beneficial microbes and nutrients.
3. Bark Chips And Wood Fiber. Bark chips and other wood-based materials such as sawdust make potential alternatives to peat moss. They’ve been used since the 1950s in commercial potting mixes to add organic matter and enhance water retention.
4. Pine Needles. Another alternative that has been used for many, many years is pine needles because of their availability. With evergreen trees gracing the yards of many homeowners they are easy to come by.
5. Leaf Mold. Leaf mold is simply leaves that have been left piled up, outside, and allowed to decompose or compost. While many times this is unintentional it provides gardeners with a product that has many advantages and uses in the garden.
6. Animal Manure. For those that have animals on their property, or live in close proximity to farms, animal manure may be one of the best alternatives to peat moss.

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Just Now Look for sphagnum peat moss for sale in your area and compare prices to get the best deal. You can also buy bulk peat moss for large applications, which could give you a discount. Prices for peat moss vary depending on the manufacturer and the size of the bag. Most peat moss is sold by the cubic foot, which is helpful for determining how much

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3 hours ago Step 4: Adding the Peat Moss. Now with your hands, spread the peat moss evenly over the area. Spread ¼ to ½ inch of peat moss onto the soil. If you are working on a relatively big area, use a shovel and try to flatten it accordingly. Now to flatten the peat moss properly, use a garden rake. Once you are done, dip the metal ruler into the area

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8 hours ago Peat moss increases the cation exchange capacity of the soil, helping it to hold on to nutrients for extended periods, like moisture, releasing them when needed to help your plants thrive. Peat moss has a low pH (4.4), so if you use a lot of it, lime …

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1. Buy Greensmix Sphagnum Peat Moss, 2.2 cu. ft., WTS00040 at Tractor Supply Co. Great Customer Service.

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1. Peat Moss and the reputation of Miracle-Gro does definitely help with conditioning and setting one up for health summer flowers. I do wish for the cost that the bag had been bigger. Perhaps there could be away to shoe exactly the bag size. I decided to go and get a bigger block of Peat Moss in order to handle the volume of planting I need.

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8 hours ago Free shipping on all orders over $35! Scotts® Premium Topsoil. 71130756. 3.3 158. Overview & Benefits . Scotts Premium Topsoil contains sphagnum peat moss and organic matter to condition the soil in your lawn or garden. Use it as a top dressing to maintain your garden or as a conditioner when establishing a new garden.

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5 hours ago Natural Sphagnum Peat Moss, 4qt Zipper Bag Gardening Soil Amendment and Carnivorous Plant Soil Media, 4qt Bag 4qt of peat moss in a resealable zipper bag. Our peat moss is a 100% all-natural organic soil amendment or soil base for carnivorous …

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2 hours ago Step 4. Lay peat moss 1/3 inch thick on top of the grass seed. The peat moss will help protect the grass seed from birds, winds and overwatering. Immediately water the peat moss lightly with a water hose. Peat moss retains water, which increase the rate of seed germination.

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7 hours ago Instead of the peat moss, this fall, spread 1/2" of ..either composted cattle manure or a good topsoil over the lawn. That's all. Then in the spring, repeat this1/2" topsoil over the lawn early enough to allow the grass coming in to grow up and through it. This, if repeated annually, for the next 4 years at least, will feed your lawn

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Just Now There are no major drawbacks to using compost as a substitute for peat moss, but it’s important to replenish compost regularly as it eventually becomes compacted and loses nutritional value. Coconut coir. Coconut coir, also known as coco peat, is one of the best alternatives to peat moss.

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4 hours ago Peat moss is a great soil conditioner. It improves soil structure, by increasing water retention and drainage at the same time. It is light and easy to handle. Conveniently, it comes in large plastic wrapped cubes for about $15. It can transform a clay soil into one that drains and is full of organic matter. Peat can turn a poor site into one

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4 hours ago Anyway, stick with the good mulches: Compost, pine straw, dried clippings from herbicide-free lawns, shredded fall leaves and cocoa bean and other seed and nut hulls and shells. And of course, stay away from wood, bark, root and rubber mulches. I'd go for peat moss neutralized with some wood ash or lime before I'd use any of those bad boys.

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2 hours ago Peat moss holds onto nutrients; fertilizing or feeding the soil is a waste of time unless it can hold on to the nutrients.Fibers absorb them and then release them slowly to the roots of your plants. Peat moss holds on to water; again because it is fibrous organic matter, it soaks with water and then releases it slowly.In fact, it can hold as much as 20 times of its weight in …

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1 hours ago Hoffman 15503 Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss, 10 Quarts. 4.7 out of 5 stars. 3,925. $17.99. $17. .99. The Hoffman 15503 Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss is a fantastic way to ensure the very best growth for plants that don’t agree with other fertilizers and need a more delicate and dedicated …

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2 hours ago GOLFGREEN® offers you the fertilizers, grass seeds, soils and plant foods that work together to bring out the best in your plants while making it easier for you to achieve a lawn and garden you can be proud of.

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How do I use peat moss on my lawn?

Scatter the bag of grass seed over the entire surface of the lawn area. Shovel the remaining peat moss from the bag on top of the scattered grass seed. Water the lawn area liberally with a water hose that has a spray nozzle attachment. Administer approximately 10 - 15 gallons worth of water over the entire surface of the lawn area.

Do you recommend peat moss to improve soil?

Benefits of Adding Peat Moss to the Soil Excellent for increasing water retention in soil and it can hold up to 20 times its weight in water. Good for holding onto nutrients in the soil. Good source of organic matter, which will slowly degrade over a year or two to feed your soil. It improves soil structure, promotes good drainage, and prevents compaction. More items...

How to use peat moss wisely?

How to Use Peat Moss in Your Garden: 6 Tips Start Seeds with It. One of the best uses for peat moss is as a seed starting mix. ... Amend the Soil with Peat Moss. A second use for peat moss in the garden is as a soil amendment. ... Use Peat Moss in Vegetable Gardens. ... Add Peat Moss to Compost Piles. ... Use It When You Transplant Plants. ... Add It to the Lawn. ...

Is peat moss good for grass?

Peat moss is organic matter that improves the germination rate of grass seed when you incorporate it into your soil. The structure of peat moss adds aeration to the soil, allowing good airflow for seed germination.

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