The Gardener's Soil Conditioner

The Gardener's Soil Conditioner
  • The traditional range for the experienced gardener
  • Revitalises tired soils, boosts nutrient retention
  • Improves drainage & soil structure
  • Ideal for improving sandy & heavy soils

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Produced from a blend of composted bark and farmyard manure, this peat free soil conditioner provides a natural source of humus and composted organic matter that will help improve soil structure, improve drainage and release nutrients into the soil to provide a healthy environment for plants ensuring healthy development, vibrant flowers and quality fruit.

How to use

Improving Soil Structure

• Spread a thick layer 3-4 cm deep over the soil surface and using a fork work into the top 3-5 cm of the soil surface.
• When dug into clay (heavy) soil it will create a much more open structure and improve drainage.
• When dug into sandy soil it will improve soil structure facilitating moisture retention during warm weather.

Improving Soil Fertility

• Spread a thick layer 3-4 cm deep over the soil surface and using a fork work into the top 3-5 cm of the soil surface.
• It will provide a rich source of organic nutrients when dug into soil. These nutrients are slowly released into soil, improving fertility and adding humus to soil.

 

Mulching Beds & Borders

• Remove all weeds from the area and ensure it is moist and not frozen.
• Spread a thick layer 3-4 cm deep over the soil surface and using a fork work into the top 3-5 of the soil surface.
• It is ideal for mulching around trees and shrubs as well as your beds, borders and vegetable plots.
• This mulch helps feed your plants, suppress weed growth, protect tender roots from frost damage and reduce moisture loss during hot, dry weather.

Handy Gardening Tips

• Store in a dry frost free place away from weed killers and other garden chemicals.
• Reseal bag after use.
• Unsuitable for ericaceous (lime hating) plants.

• Use in a well ventilated place and avoid breathing in dust.
• Always wear gloves when gardening and then wash hands after use.

 

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