Volcanic sands combined with Blond Peat are the most important innovations to come to turf growing industry in recent years. Their use has quickly been adopted by professional industries like those in charge of the Italian Serie A soccer fields.
The internal microporousness and presence of Zeolite distinguish these materials from the siliceous sands that were used up until now
Results in the field are clear and tangible, rooting is dense and deep. Creating an English lawn in clay is now possible.
This substrate is made up of blond peat and volcanic sands with a calibrated macro and microelement input.
It should be used to create a layer that’s at least 5cm deep, used either pure or mixed with the first 15cm of underlying soil.
The microporousness of the mineral content improves the physical structure of the soil particularly clayey and compact soil, improving air circulation and water retention.