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Composted Fine Bark

Excl. Tax: £2.70 Incl. Tax: £3.24

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An organic matter-rich soil conditioner, suitable for a wide range of landscape applications, particularly when it is required to improve the soil structure, quality, organic matter levels and water holding capacity. This product is from FSC Mixed Sources at a minimum of 50% and will aid moisture and nutrient retention by improving soil structure and consistency . It also enhances root development and organic matter content.

Small Bag: 70 litres / 23kg
Bulk Bag: 1000 litres / 400kg
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Excl. Tax: £2.70 Incl. Tax: £3.24

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An organic matter-rich soil conditioner, suitable for a wide range of landscape applications, particularly when it is required to improve the soil structure, quality, organic matter levels and water holding capacity. This product is from FSC Mixed Sources at a minimum of 50% and will aid moisture and nutrient retention by improving soil structure and consistency . It also enhances root development and organic matter content. Free flowing and easy to handle. Particle size range of 1 to 20mm. Low pH so suitable for acidic soils or in applications where pH needs to be reduced. Completely peat free and sourced entirely from British sustainable materials Certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Recommended rate of use - for general soil improvement a 50mm layer should be spread over the area to be treated, then forked or rotavated in. Composted Fine Bark can be supplied in loose bulk, bulk bags or 70 litre bags. 50 cubic metres of Composted Fine Bark will treat an area of 1000 square metres to a depth of 50mm is. Available for delivery on an articulated lorry. A pallet of 42 x 70 litre bags will be sufficient to treat an area of 58 square metres at a depth of 50mm.

Small Bag: 70 litres / 23kg
Bulk Bag: 1000 litres / 400kg

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