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CluelessGardener

At Blooms John Innings No1 is £15 for 5 just thought I would let you all know

 

Bought mine now for sweetpeas and seeds in the spring

James

daydaisy

Is this year's compost alright for next year ?  I know you are not supposed to use left over compost the next season but perhaps unopened compost will be alright.

BobTheGardener

There's no reason to not use old (unused) compost.  However, if the bags are left outside, the rain can wash-out a lot of the nutrients.  In that case you could simply add some fertiliser (eg fish, blood and bone) when using it for planting.

Dovefromabove

If you're using it as seed compost it won't need any fertilister adding, even if it's been out in the rain all winter. 

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