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Compost for seeds and young plants

Compost for seeds and young plants

Seedlings are tiny and delicate and so need a light compost that they can push through as they emerge from their seed.

Anything too heavy will smother the seedlings before they’ve had chance to surface, leading to poor germination rates and unhealthy plants.

Gro-Sure Seed and Cutting Compost has a unique formulation which ensures the perfect condition for seed germination and to ensure the rapid establishment of strong, healthy seedlings and cuttings for up to 25% more germination.

As your plants start to develop and are ready to prick out, you can plant them in John Innes Young Plants Compost (No.1). This has a higher levels of nutrients to support the first flush of growth.

As the young plants start to grow, they can be potted into John Innes Potting-On Compost (No.2) and finally once they reach a normal size into John Innes Mature Plant Compost (No.3).

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