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I have followed this thread, as I did last year on compost. I used JAB year before last and from late last year to now have a wonderful selection of new weeds growing, which I am sure came from that batch. Last year I tried the garden centres own brand, less weeds but no real good results, so this year I am trying Levington's So far so good, but who knows.
I use mine for seedlings, potting on and for mulching, as well as digging into my wonderful (solid) clay soil along with grit, when I plant anything new, so do manage to get through a reasonable amount.
Sadly like Andy the Scientist I can't find New Horizon anywhere locally and to buy online usually means large quantities, then I have the problem of storage and OH is less than enthusiastic about piles of bags of compost everywhere!
yryinc, This U dud
I bought 6 x 80 lt bags of Bullrush, used it all now for seeds and potting on and re potting fuchsias and geraniums, not one bit of rubish in it, not a bit, you get what you pay for, its 10.00 per bag.
My local council in Devon wont sell it, they admit its a bit rubbish, they put it on their own parks and gardens.
I feel a trip to B & Q coming on - will try this a see what happens., Thanks Rio Knight
So what is the difference between Compost that you buy in a garden centre & use to plant up pots & Compost that you buy at a recycling centre?
& what does it mean if the Compost you bought at a recycling centre is still hot?