Martins Organic Pea Straw Mulch is 100% pea straw, compressed tightly into a bale. Pea Straw is a soil conditioner adding extra nitrogen and nutrients to your soil as it breaks down, for many months after application.
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Availability date: 01/01/1970
Martins Organic Pea Straw Mulch.
Size: Compressed - covers up to 7m2.
Martins Organic Pea Straw Mulch is 100% pea straw, compressed tightly into a bale. Pea Straw is a soil conditioner adding extra nitrogen and nutrients to your soil as it breaks down, for many months after application. Many farmers grow peas as a rotational crop to add nitrogen direct into the soil, as peas are a nitrogen-fixing plant.
Martins Organic Pea Straw Mulch can be used for all types of mulching, including roses, garden beds vegetable gardens, pots, trees, and shrubs. This mulch is used as a protective barrier that assists in moisture retention, conditioning the soil and reducing weed growth. It will break down over time, adding organic matter to the soil.
Martins Organic Pea Straw Mulch is a premium mulch because of the extra benefits it gives to the soil. The natural approach to controlling weeds, aid in water retention, encourage earthworm activity and protect plants root system for a healthier hardier garden.
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Finely cut and nutrient-rich Rocky Point Pea Straw Mulch breaks down naturally to slowly release plant boosting Nitrogen into the soil. Perfect for edible and flowering gardens, Pea Straw Mulch helps retain moisture, suppress weeds and protect against soil erosion all year round.
Clean, chopped and dust extracted. This certified organic straw is ideal for use as bedding for small animals, poultry and other animals. Can also be used as as a great golden garden mulch. Covers up to 10 square metres.
Available in 3 grades fine, medium and coarse. Premium grade coir mulch that will, when wet, expand to from 50 to 60 litres of coir mulch. High water holding capacity, acts as a snail barrier, keeps the soil moist in hot weather and keeps the temperature higher during the colder months.