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Find the right Berger mix to suit your needs
Whether for plant propagation, greenhouse or nursery production of flowers, vegetables, berries and green leaves, one of the substrates from our extensive product line will suit your particular needs.
At Berger, we pride ourselves on our ability to manufacture high-quality growing media by creating a uniform and strong root environment – season to season, year after year.
This growing media line is manufactured with a combination of high quality ingredients that were selected to increase nutrient retention and improve capillarity.
Aggregate free, this series is made exclusively from natural fibers. Thanks to the careful handling of our peat moss and the use of innovative alternative materials to create a stabilized root environment.
This classic peat-perlite series of all-purpose mixes offers an assortment of drainage options that are adapted for a wide variety of growing environments, making it one of our most popular products.
Produced with mature pine bark, the BM7 series is formulated to maintain optimal drainage for long-term containerized production of perennials, shrubs and trees.
With the addition of our high quality composted peat moss, these products provide beneficial microorganisms to enhance plant growth.
The SM series takes its origin from Sun Land Garden Products and is manufactured in California specifically for the Western US market.
The SM greenhouse product line is specifically designed for greenhouse production of potted vegetables, ornamentals, annuals, perennials and many more. It offers a wide variety of substrates with diverse air-water ratio adapted to each greenhouse environment.
The SM canning product line is predominantly manufactured with different grades of redwood to cater the particular challenges of the nursery industry. Blended with other high-quality components, these redwoods mixes are ideal to grow trees, shrubs, perennials and many more.
The BM5 product line utilizes both natural fibers and aggregates to create a wide variety of soil structures.