How to use
Site your compost bin or heap in a warm, sheltered part of the garden. For best results it should be in contact with the soil and have a cover. Add a good mixture of garden and kitchen waste, shredding or breaking up larger pieces. Do not add large quantities of grass, paper, card or woody branches all in one go.
Keep the compost moist but not waterlogged. Water the heap if the waste is dry or woody.
Forking over, mixing or turning the contents every few weeks or so will help the composting process.
The top of the heap should be kept warm and moist by covering it with a lid, plastic sheet or similar covering. Do not add cooked food as this may attract vermin.
Where to use
Grass cuttings, vegetable matter, egg shells, weeds, leaves, shredded stems and other woody material.
On compost heaps: sprinkle evenly over 20cm to 25cm of composting material and lightly fork in.
In compost bins: mix evenly with 20cm to 25cm of composing material as the bin is filled.
How often to apply
This product can be used at any time you are making your own home-made compost. It is especially useful from autumn to spring when temperatures are lower and is a great way to get a new compost heap started.
Add 150g-200g to each 20cm-25cm layer of garden waste.
Only use where there is a recognised need to feed plants. Keep away from plant leaves and stems.
Do not exceed the appropriate application rate. Increasing the dosage may result in damage to your plants.
Store in the original container in a cool, dry, frost-free place away from children, pets and foodstuffs.
Always wear gloves when gardening. Wash hands and exposed skin after use.
Do not eat or smoke while applying the product.