NOW IS THE TIME TO START DIGGING IN YOUR MANURE!!!

Well Rotted farmyard Manure

A mixture of well rotted cattle manure, horse manure, chicken manure and mushroom compost. Rich in nutrients it encourages strong root development, improved soil structure and aids water retention.

My Uncle Bill always said the best time to start digging in manure is as soon as the last of your vegetables are out, giving maximum time to breakdown and cool down over the winter. This way your vegetable plots will be perfect for planting come spring time.

“Its a lovely product, our best so far which flows out of the bag and easily works in to the garden.” Arthur Woodfield.

Well Rotted farmyard Manure

SKU: 0011
Size
  • Uses:

    • Tree and shrub planting compost when mixed with onsite/imported soil.
    • For established herbaceous borders
    • Perfect for Rose beds
    • Ideal for vegetables especially Brassicas - (NOT suitable for carrots)
  • Analysis
    pH Level 7.5
    % Ash 33:6%
    % Organic Matter 334:6%
    total Nitrogen (N) 2:00
    total Phosphate (P 0) 0:5
    total Potash (K 0) 0

Mr A.E.Woodfield

Woodfields Topsoil

Closes Farm

Turlowfields Lane

Ashbourne

Derbyshire

DE6 1PZ

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