Wool Potting Compost
Place a handful of wool fiber into the bottom of your pot, or at the bottom of the hole prior to transplanting.
As the wool breaks down and composts it will provide space for new root growth, while preserving moisture (wool retains water), and vital nutrients for the plant (nitrogen, phosphate, potash) while it slowly decomposes.
Wool compost can also be used as a mulch, simply place along garden beds or around plants to provide nutrients while decreasing weeds.
Wool compost is locally sourced and provides a market for otherwise unmarketable fiber.
Each bag of wool compost contains 6 oz of fiber, which is not washed.