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What Makes Super Compost "Super"

We talk a lot about Super Compost, SF60. What really makes it "Super" compared to everyday compost? It all about what's in the compost and the impact each part of the mix has on soil microbes, roots and soil fertility. We talk about each component and what it does in our earlier blog. Tod...
Guide to Compost grades - not all composts are equal!

Guide to Compost grades - not all composts are equal!

Compost and composting is an extremely wide subject and can prove a little bit confusing at times. Below you will find all the information you need to make the right decision when it comes to selecting the right compost for your garden, whether it’s buying ready-made bags, selecting an additive or m...
How does your garden grow?

How does your garden grow?

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SoilFixer sunflowers shine a light on the best soil additives mixes. We planted our sunflowers (Russian Giant) into the test beds very late this year, in early August, after the Charlotte potatoes came out. The thinking was simple; sunflowers need lots of water and nutrients and they will really ...
Carbon capturing biochar

Carbon capturing biochar

Did you know 1Kg of biochar offsets 3.6 Kg CO2. Every gardener and farmer can help offset climate change by adding biochar to their soil Read on! It is clearer than ever the effect our actions have on the environment, from plastic use to car emissions and everything in between.  As ind...
Increasing Soil Water Retention

Increasing Soil Water Retention

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Improving soil water retention - what to add and why Gardeners have traditionally relied on peat to improve water retention in soils. Peat is extracted from peat bogs, which take thousands of years to regenerate. Once extracted the peat decomposes quickly releasing the harmful CO2 that was t...
Peat Free Compost

Peat Free Compost

Back in 2010, the UK government began a consultation process to phase out the use of peat in domestic gardens by 2020 in order to protect the environment and help to reduce greenhouse emissions. Gardeners relied on peat-based composts for decades as it was one of the best materials for growing du...

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