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Soil Conditioners: Which Ones Should You Choose?

Soil conditioners are a great way of improving the fertility of your garden. However, there are a few different options to choose from. It’s important to consider elements such as environmental impact, nutrient value and budget when picking a soil conditioner. Fortunately, we’ve put together an overview of popular options to help spread some light. Read on to find out more.

Peat-Free Soil Conditioners

Peat is a controversial material in this day and age. It’s such a fantastic addition to most soil conditioners, however, the environmental impact is severe. As a result, a lot of people are turning to organic alternatives. Afterall, if you care about soil fertility then you likely care about your impact on the natural world. Therefore, it only makes sense to opt for peat-free conditioners. These usually substitute peat with organic matter, grit and other sustainable materials to mimic the efficiency and effectiveness of peat.

Organic Green Soil Conditioners

Building upon our last sentiment, organic green soil conditioners span the opposite side of the spectrum when it comes to sustainability and environmental impact. If your highest priority is using a product that doesn’t negatively impact the environment, then organic green compost is the way forward. It uses shredded and composted green waste material to create a nutritious, sustainable and effective soil conditioner.

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Mushroom Compost

Mushroom compost is becoming more and more popular among horticulturalists. After all, the symbiotic relationship between fungi and plants is undeniable. Therefore, using mushroom waste from the growing industry is the perfect way to create a healthy, natural environment for your plants. All material is sterilised and often results in a colourful array of different fungi littered amongst your plants that breaks down to create a continuous fertilization.

Get In Touch With Woodland Horticulture For Soil Conditioners

If you’re looking for a range of quality soil conditioners, then look no further than Woodland Horticulture. We’ve got a broad variety of different products to suit all our customer’s needs. To find out more, get in touch with us today.

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