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Due to the already reduced peat extraction, which is expected to come to an end in the next few years, substrate additives and substitutes with comparable properties are becoming increasingly important.


wood products

Wood fibers and wood chips have been used as substrate raw materials in Germany since the early 1990s. Especially in the last few years, this material has become increasingly important again due to its good suitability as a peat substitute.

Wood chips and the wood fibers obtained from them are a post-washing raw material. The CO2 bond is retained even when used in substrates.



Compost is a rotting product made from organic waste. In the so-called "rotting", the microorganisms contained in the material cause the organic substances to break down and convert. The result is a substrate with a high proportion of valuable nutrients that is used in earthworks and agriculture.

The use of compost in substrates has the advantage that the substances used are kept in the cycle and resources such as peat are conserved.


bark products

By processing raw bark into bark mulch and bark humus suitable for substrate, important horticultural products are created. As part of the processing, domestic softwood bark in particular is composted, crushed and fractionated. This creates a natural peat substitute that releases very little energy.


coconut products

The fruit of the coconut palm consists partly of a fibrous network that is characterized by high elasticity and durability and because of these properties has long been a coveted raw material for the manufacture of ropes.

This fibrous network can also be used to obtain substrate starting materials that are well suited as additives to replace peat.

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ANTON KNOLL Logistik supplies you with the desired raw material reliable, quick and flexible.

Each product has its own transport requirements. Our experienced logistic team ensures that the transport process runs smoothly.