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Composting

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Soil is the absolute bedrock of organic gardening and keeping it healthy with good structure and nutrient levels is a fundamental practice. Composting is the perfect way to assist the health of your soil and it’s a great way to ensure nothing is wasted. Composting works best when a balance of both green and brown waste is applied. Green waste can be things like grass clippings, weeds & vegetable kitchen waste, and brown waste could be carboard & paper. Mixing these together from time to time will help quicken the composting process, and in dry times it’s a good ide. . . Show More >

Soil is the absolute bedrock of organic gardening and keeping it healthy with good structure and nutrient levels is a fundamental practice. Composting is the perfect way to assist the health of your soil and it’s a great way to ensure nothing is wasted. Composting works best when a balance of both green and brown waste is applied. Green waste can be things like grass clippings, weeds & vegetable kitchen waste, and brown waste could be carboard & paper. Mixing these together from time to time will help quicken the composting process, and in dry times it’s a good idea to add some water.

Compost bins have also come a long way from their humble beginnings! There is now a good selection of compost bins for those with limited space in the garden; turning bins which rotate and aid the composting process through aeration; composting wormeries that produce highly valued compost, with the added value of producing a liquid feed run off. If you’re garden is on a small balcony or roof space, then a wormery may be a good way to have steady access to a compost supply. For those of you that are serious about reducing waste as much as possible, an investment in a hot bin will satisfy. It means you can compost meat, fish and dairy products – items that wouldn't normally be placed in a compost bin. If you’re blessed with space, wooden slatted compost bays are really good news, as they allow easy access for turning and watering. 


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Soil is the absolute bedrock of organic gardening and keeping it healthy with good structure and nutrient levels is a fundamental practice. Composting is the perfect way to assist the health of your soil and it’s a great way to ensure nothing is wasted. Composting works best when a balance of both green and brown waste is applied. Gr. . . Show More >

Soil is the absolute bedrock of organic gardening and keeping it healthy with good structure and nutrient levels is a fundamental practice. Composting is the perfect way to assist the health of your soil and it’s a great way to ensure nothing is wasted. Composting works best when a balance of both green and brown waste is applied. Green waste can be things like grass clippings, weeds & vegetable kitchen waste, and brown waste could be carboard & paper. Mixing these together from time to time will help quicken the composting process, and in dry times it’s a good idea to add some water.

Compost bins have also come a long way from their humble beginnings! There is now a good selection of compost bins for those with limited space in the garden; turning bins which rotate and aid the composting process through aeration; composting wormeries that produce highly valued compost, with the added value of producing a liquid feed run off. If you’re garden is on a small balcony or roof space, then a wormery may be a good way to have steady access to a compost supply. For those of you that are serious about reducing waste as much as possible, an investment in a hot bin will satisfy. It means you can compost meat, fish and dairy products – items that wouldn't normally be placed in a compost bin. If you’re blessed with space, wooden slatted compost bays are really good news, as they allow easy access for turning and watering. 


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Brandling Worms for Compost Brandling Worms for Compost

Approximately 250, 500, 1000 Worms

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Brandling Worms for Compost (250)  Brandling Worms for Compost (250)

Approximately 250 worms

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HOTBIN Mk.2 Composter (200 ltr) Hotbin Composter - 200 Litre

Composter - 200 Litre

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Soil Block Maker  Soil Block Maker

Block Maker

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Worm City Wormery  Worm City Wormery

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Soil is the absolute bedrock of organic gardening and keeping it healthy with good structure and nutrient levels is a fundamental practice. Composting is the perfect way to assist the health of your soil and it’s a great way to ensure nothing is wasted. Composting works best when a balance of both green and brown waste is applied. Green waste can be things like grass clippings, weeds & vegetable kitchen waste, and brown waste could be carboard & paper. Mixing these together from time to time will help quicken the composting process, and in dry times it’s a good idea to add some water.

Compost bins have also come a long way from their humble beginnings! There is now a good selection of compost bins for those with limited space in the garden; turning bins which rotate and aid the composting process through aeration; composting wormeries that produce highly valued compost, with the added value of producing a liquid feed run off. If you’re garden is on a small balcony or roof space, then a wormery may be a good way to have steady access to a compost supply. For those of you that are serious about reducing waste as much as possible, an investment in a hot bin will satisfy. It means you can compost meat, fish and dairy products – items that wouldn't normally be placed in a compost bin. If you’re blessed with space, wooden slatted compost bays are really good news, as they allow easy access for turning and watering. 

Soil is the absolute bedrock of organic gardening and keeping it healthy with good structure and nutrient levels is a fundamental practice. Composting is the perfect way to assist the health of your soil and it’s a great way to ensure nothing is wasted. Composting works best when a balance of both green and brown waste is applied. Green waste can be things like grass clippings, weeds & vegetable kitchen waste, and brown waste could be carboard & paper. Mixing these together from time to time will help quicken the composting process, and in dry times it’s a good idea to add some water.

Compost bins have also come a long way from their humble beginnings! There is now a good selection of compost bins for those with limited space in the garden; turning bins which rotate and aid the composting process through aeration; composting wormeries that produce highly valued compost, with the added value of producing a liquid feed run off. If you’re garden is on a small balcony or roof space, then a wormery may be a good way to have steady access to a compost supply. For those of you that are serious about reducing waste as much as possible, an investment in a hot bin will satisfy. It means you can compost meat, fish and dairy products – items that wouldn't normally be placed in a compost bin. If you’re blessed with space, wooden slatted compost bays are really good news, as they allow easy access for turning and watering. 

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