Norlake Compost

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Available in: 40L

Dig into garden beds to promote strong, healthy plants.

Norlake Compost is a blend of organic matter, providing a rich source of nutrients for plants. Dig it into garden beds to improve soil structure, encourage earthworms and microbial activity for strong, healthy plants.

Benefits

  • A rich blend of nutrients to condition soil and improve soil structure for healthy plants.
  • 100% weed free

Directions for use

  1. Apply a 5cm layer to the soil surface.
  2. Dig in to a depth of 15cm.

Avoid planting directly into Norlake Compost as this may burn plant roots.

 

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