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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 ...
Super Composter Tester Update – October

Super Composter Tester Update – October

Our tester Paul has been busy filling his Super Composter with a mixture of materials from general garden waste from his smallholding, to household scraps, coffee grounds and sourdough starters from the kitchen.   After just a couple of weeks of filling his bin with this wide variety of w...

Super Composter testing update - August 2019

Our testers have been busy filling their bins and keeping a close eye on temperatures throughout June and July, there has been a few teething problems with some bins not doing so well whilst others appear to be doing a great job in speedily composting the waste.   Each tester has been...
Super Composter Tester Update - September 2019

Super Composter Tester Update - September 2019

All of our testers have taken a different approach to their feedback on our new Super Composter and all of it has been really helpful and is being used to modify the current design so it can be the very best it can be.   Dr Ian Roberts has provided us with some fantastic and very deta...

Meet the SoilFixer SuperComposter testers!

Darren Turpin Location: Manchester SuperComposter size: 300L I’m a professional gardener, working at Ordsall Hall in Salford, RHS L2 qualified and studying for RHS L3. I also garden at home in our suburban back (landscaped by me, planted up by my wife Jo and I) and front (to be re-developed...
SUPER broccoli

SUPER broccoli

Wow this whopper broccoli weighed in at 800g (27 oz), that’s three times larger than average floret head - this supports some of our earlier findings.   Back in March, we re-organised the garden and put in some raised beds. The starting soil for the beds was heavy clay. I added ...

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