Fresh compost

Fresh compost
is the best fertiliser

Fresh compost is better fertiliser than finished compost, which can be used only after several months.

When we say “fresh compost” we don’t mean the earth generated by a compost heap after at least one year that is then fed through a sieve. Our fresh compost, or quick compost or mulch compost, is ready after six to eight weeks, is dark brown and friable and smells of forest soil. The consistency of the source materials is still somewhat recognisable. Such fresh compost is the best fertiliser and does more to improve soil consistency than finished compost.

Generously spread as mulch cover on flowerbeds and borders,
fresh compost keeps the soil friable, protects it from drying out and
keeps weeds down.

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