Vegetables and flowers.
Semine is characterized by a fine structure that allows its use both in open and alveolar plug trays or small pots. The particular Irish peats that compose it, and their degree of humification and calibration, keep the humidity levels constant, and are necessary to favour a fast absorption of water and, therefore, the rapid germination of seeds; moreover, the Baltic peat gives softness to the substrate by avoiding water stagnation. Some of the species best compatible with this soil are the following: vegetables such as tomatoes, peppers, aubergines, melons, squash, courgettes, lettuce, chicory. Flowers: buttercup, marigold, impatiens, petunia, scarlet sage, ageratums, coleus.