Moorland Gold organic composts and top soils are produced by West Riding Organics Ltd.
We have been producing organic composts and top soils for over 20 years. These organic compost products are ideal for both professional growing and general gardening. They have also supported the reinstatement of moorlands, and helped to create sports grounds.
Moorland Gold produces specific growing mediums for most applications.
The Natural Approach to Compost
Moorland Gold peat products come from naturally occurring peat deposits, not from man-made, commercial peat extraction methods that can disrupt and damage the natural landscape and its ecosystems.
We collect our peat through water filtration. Rainfall washes peat deposits into rivers and streams, where they then collect in lakes and dams.
Our filtration system enables us to extract the peat, and process it with other natural ingredients to create rich, organic compost products. This potent material has all the benefits of commercially dug peat and a lot more.
Moorland Gold organic, alternative peat composts are abundant in minerals and trace elements, to encourage the growth of strong and healthy plants, while reducing the requirement additional feeding.
We add no artificial ingredients, allowing your plants and food to grow naturally.
Moorland Gold also produces top soils, which we make by blending the same naturally occurring peat product with river sand. Unlike recycled top soils, which can contain contaminates such as glass and brick dust, these include only natural ingredients. Our top soils are perfect for general gardening and for more specialist applications, such as root zones.
Explore Our World of Organics
Moorland Gold’s range of multi-purpose organic composts and top soils made using naturally occurring peat.
They are perfect for supporting and encouraging strong and healthy-balanced growth, helping your plants and fruits mature naturally.
For more details, please visit our products page, contact us on +44 (0)1706 379 944, or email firstname.lastname@example.org