Bring organic matter back into the soil can transform the soil quality and help your plants thrive.
Composting is organic matter that has been decomposed. Composting is beneficial as a soil amendment in many ways:
- improves soil nutrition (fertilizer)
- makes nutrients more available for plants
- natural pesticide
- improves soil water retention
- reduces soils compaction
Mulching helps keep out weed growth and helps soil retain moisture. This allows for plants to have less competition with weeds and a smaller water requirement.
Key Benefits of Composting & Mulching
Improving the soil is good for you plants
Natural way to fertilize and reduce weeds.
Save on the cost of expensive chemical products.