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Shamrock Irish Moss Peat in the West Midlands (UK)


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Hi folks,

Moss peat is getting harder to find, so just a 'heads up' that I purchased several bales of Shamrock Irish Moss peat today from Beechcroft Nursery near Stourbridge in the West Midlands. It claims to be 20 mins out of Birmingham - but I came across from Shropshire. It was £8.79 / 125l bale. They seemed to have plenty of stock, but it'd be worth ringing ahead if you're making the trip.

http://www.beechcroft.com/

All the best,

Steve

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I doubt it'll go off - it's already been in the peat bog awhile!

On a different note - I was talking to some Irish lads in the pub and they were amazed how difficult this stuff was to find in the UK. They said that the Irish are using this for fueling their power stations! Some much for the tree-huggers mentality?

All the best,

Steve

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Been in the bog for upto 12000 years so not likely to go off soon. The quality of the Shamroock stuff has been going down hill for years, has lots of golfball size hard lumps in it these days, I have to seive it before I use it.

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