Shropshire, United Kingdom
I have purchased John Innes Seed Compost especially for this year's seed sowing. I find this is very lumpy with all sorts of strange things incorporated in it. I and am wondering why, being a seed compost, this is not sieved? Can anyone enlighten me on the virtues of this product and if the lumps are going to stop germination. I do sieve the top layer of compost when covering the seeds, but do not feel included to sieve the whole bag - or should I?
- 25 Mar, 2009