What is Organic Compost?
It’s organic waste that’s decomposed and recycled as manure for soil amendment. Commonly used in organic farming. It’s one of the simplest and cheapest form of manure for forming quality soil.
Organic compost is wet organic matter aka organic green waste (leaves and food wastes) that are decomposed and broken down for several weeks.
Organic Compost Benefits
Organic compost contains vital plant nutrients including macro and micro-nutrients, such as carbon and nitrogen (absent in synthetic fertilizers). Nutrients are released slowly into the soil, retaining soil fertility.
Our organic compost neutralizes soil acidity and alkalinity, bringing pH levels in soil under control, ensuring a proper mixture of nutrients are available for plants and your garden.
Organic Compost Uses
To begin with, organic compost is used for mulching. It provides a protective layer for the roots of a plant. These suppress weed growth in a garden and reduce moisture loss.
Organic Compost is vital in soil amendment before planting anything in your garden. It’s easier to add organic compost before planting rather than after.
What Area Will Your Compost Cover?
A Bulk bag of compost will typically cover 12 square metres with a 50mm thick layer.
Use Our Compost Calculator Below
Measure your garden and use our free calculator below to work out how much you need.