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Phil,
Sadly we have searched far and wide for a decent grade of bio-degradable pot, and these are not it.

T&S Plants are already leading the way as Peat-free Growers, as from 2014/15 most local Authorities will only be able to buy peat free plants. From 2020 peat based products are banned for domestic use.

So the peat debate is now over, gone, and the peat users have lost this debate.

As we grow in peat-free a commercial alternative for pots is needed, but something that is viable to grow Hardy Nursery Stock in.

Still waiting....

Thanks for your comment Steve

If you've trialled these pots I'd be happy to publish your findings.

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