29 Apr '11, 1pm

Why and How Every Gardener Should Go Peat Free #gardening

The Chelsea Flower Show may have declared its intentions to go peat free , and peat alternatives for the garden may be increasingly available , but many gardeners continue to use peat despite the fact that peat mining is stripping vital habitats at a far faster rate than they can regenerate. Emma Cooper over at Permaculture Magazine lays out a passionate argument for why and how every gardener should go peat free

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/04/why-how-gardener-...

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