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8 Feb 2010

GT4 Green Roof Substrate

gt GT4 is a blend of lightweight Lecca aggregate and award winning gt Green-tree top soil. It is light in texture and has good water holding capacity meaning it is an ideal substrate for use in green roof construction.

Green-tech GT4 Green Roof Substrate

The substrate is blended to produce a high performance extensive green roof growing medium.

GT4 is a blend of lightweight aggregate and award winning gt green-tree topsoil.

It is light in texture and has good water holding capacity meaning it is an ideal substrate for use in green roof construction.

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The key benefits of using GT4 are as follows:

-GT4 has a loamy sand class which is light in texture
-GT4 has good aeration
-GT4 has moderate levels of fertility
-GT4 has a low bulk density value (1.2Mg/m3) compared to that of standard soils, making it ideal for use as a lightweight soil
-GT4 has a typical pH of 7.3 which would be suitable for a wide range of planting

Green-tech GT4 Green Roof Substrate

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