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Superior Quality

From the September-October 2020 issue of Gulf Agriculture Magazine


At Lambert Peat Moss, Quality is a priority

For over 90 years, Lambert Peat Moss, family-owned business, has been acknowledged as a leader in the sphagnum peat moss industry and a steward of the environment. Their devotion and passion for their products makes the perfect partner, whether you are a professional grower or an amateur horticulturist.

Well-known for their ability to quickly adapt to the customer’s requests and special needs, Lambert’s success is based on its preoccupation for quality control and consistency of their products.

At Lambert, quality is a priority; that’s why we maintain a complete in-house quality control laboratory. Our agronomists and engineers have developed rigorous standards and procedures to make sure that every cubic foot of product leaving the yard complies with our strict standards. We reassess quality control procedures regularly to increase product quality. To comply with chemical standards, we sample products constantly and analyze for pH and EC. We also analyze particle size distribution, porosity and moisture content, and we frequently measure the yield and firmness of our bags. Finally, we run random greenhouse tests to evaluate our products performance.

But the true pillar of Lambert’s success is its people. Our technical staff of experienced agronomists and soil technicians is always ready to help and advise our customers with any questions they may have. In addition, our sales team is comprised of industry veterans who truly love what they do and strive for customer success.

Lambert offers a large selection of professional & retail growing mixes as well as selected premium types of Canadian sphagnum peat moss for specific uses and productions. The “LM” and “GFM” series are professional growing substrates that use Canadian Peat Moss as a base to provide growers with a superior and consistent growing media. These mixes can use other components that may include perlite, vermiculite, coir, Ecopeat and composted bark. Lambert also produces organic mixes (OMRI Listed) for germination, growing or especially for crop that require high drainage.

Lambert Peat Moss also offers commercial growers its exclusive EcoPeatPlus+®, a highly fibrous natural wood fiber collected from our peat bogs. Depending on the characteristics you’re looking for, choose from our EcoPeatPlus+® as a stand-alone product or from our complete line of ready-to-use EcoPeatPlus+® Mixes (EPM). If you need exceptional balance of air space and water-holding capacity, with superior longevity and minimal shrinkage, EPM will be the best product to look for.

In order to surpass and meet the needs of its clients, Lambert proposes the possibility to customize all its «Standard» Professional Peat-Based Substrates and gives the option to custom blend virtually any formulation that suits the growers. Depending on the characteristics the producer is looking for, he can choose the peat grade, adjust the pH (up or down), include a moisture content, a nutrient charge, a organic-approved inputs, biologicals or disease-suppressive products. We can provide endless possibilities to fulfill any grower’s expectations. Lambert can assist retailers to develop their own private label of retail potting mixes and landscape soils for the horticultural market.

Lambert proudly holds the VeriFlora® – Certified Peatland Products certification for responsible peatland management since 2011. This certification program is the industry’s most important standard. Compliancy with this program guarantees a firm commitment to ongoing improvement in the production of substrates for horticultural growth and sustainable practices.

The Lambert family and its employees take pride in providing customers with the highest quality of peat products and peat-based mixes while simultaneously nurturing the land that it harvests from.

From our family to yours, we are honored to be at the root of your success since 1928.

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