You should have laid down a weed blocker (dark plastic sheeting etc) in the first place, so you wouldnt have this issue. Compost or Peat Moss will not block out weeds, they will just push through.
I’m not sure what you mean by processed. Peat is a type of moss harvested from bogs and used as a soil conditioner for it’s ability to retain water. I have two dogs and I’m not aware of any safety concerns. The material you want to AVOID if you have dogs is the COCOA SHELL MULCH. It’s made from chocolate/cocoa beans and your dogs could be tempted to eat it.
No, no perlite, just peat moss.
Yes it does. It helps to lower PH
Yes, its good for safe keeping bulbs thru the winter. Place the tubers so they are not in contact with each other, then surround them w peat. Check every so often thru the weeks ahead to make sure there is no rot or mold; If so, remove the damaged tubers as not to contaminate the rest. Discard the damaged tubers if too far gone.
That's a good question. You might try contacting Sunshine directly for the answer: https://sunshinemixes.com/contact-us/
According to the info on the bag, it is organic sphagnum peat moss. However, it is not long strand. There is also no mention of added fertilizer, so I am using it for North American native carnivorous plants. This isn't the cleanest peat moss though; it contains a lot of hard debris (presumably woody material) that must be removed.
This question has been asked many times and I've never seen an answer. My suggestion would be to call or visit your local Home Depot store and see if they can supply the answer
Please call the store manager at your local Home Depot.
The bag is large and compacted so you get a lot of peat moss for the money. I use it when I am planting new plants at the bottom of the hole for new plant growth and around the top then cover with top soil. I also use it to improve bad soil. Worth the money