In stratigraphic terms, the peat deposit of the peat field is represented by all types of peats: high moor (78.3%), transitional (6.9%), low moor (9.8%), and mixed (5.0%).
High moor deposit prevails absolutely.
The most common types of the high moor peat are medium, fuscum, and cotton grass-sphagnum.
Peat of a transitional type is found in small quantities and mainly underlies the high moor deposit.
Of the transitional peat, sedge and scheuchzeria types prevail.
Of the low moor type, the most widespread is the reed-tree peat.