PittMoss® Prime Soil Amendment


One of the most revolutionary advancements in gardening and horticulture!

PittMoss® Prime is a unique, organic soil conditioner. This OMRI-listed blend contains no added nutrients or fertilizers. PittMoss® is an engineered fiber made from organic, recycled natural cellulose fibers and natural mineral ingredients. Choose your desired volume below.

PittMoss® Prime combines the best qualities of peat moss, perlite, vermiculite, and coir. Use this product to mix with existing potting soils or compost. It improves soil conditions by increasing water holding, microbial activity, and air space.

PittMoss® Prime is friendly to the environment as it utilizes recycled materials instead of sending them to landfills. Try it for yourself and find out why this is one of the most revolutionary advancements in gardening and horticulture in many decades. Click HERE for our complete selection of PittMoss® products.

Item # Volume Stock Status Price Qty
PRIME2 2 Cubic Feet Ships Direct
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$14.99
PRIME4 4 Cubic Feet Ships Direct
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$27.99

Product Information


Specs

  • OMRI listed: Yes
  • Material: Cellulose fibers and added mineral ingredients
  • Volume (cubic feet): Varies

Product Features

  • Organic soil amendment
  • OMRI-listed for organic gardening
  • Made from organic recycled materials

Product Benefits

  • Structurally comparable to peat moss
  • Similar aeration qualities as perlite
  • Nutrient absorption equivalent to vermiculite
  • Holds moisture like coir
  • Biological activity matches that of compost
  • Use this product to mix with existing potting soils or compost
  • Improves soil conditions by increasing water holding, microbial activity, and air space


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