In the rush to improve sustainability, there’s a huge range of organic materials now being marketed as garden products - from peat free multi-purpose composts to organic fertilisers. There’s a danger that some of the organic substrates being sold to gardeners may not be quite all they appear to be - with mixed results from new compost and fertiliser products reported by some users.
One feature of digestate products like Bloomin Amazing that does make them a good choice for the garden is the fertiliser content. Bloomin Amazing contains robust levels of nitrogen, phosphates and potassium and the organic nature of the substrate gives it super slow-release properties that are much better for the environment and can remain more readily available than conventional chemical fertilisers.
This property makes Bloomin Amazing a great choice for compost manufacturers who are looking for a more sustainable and long-lasting source of fertiliser for their peat free multipurpose compost formulations.
Nick Finding, Managing Director said, “As well as bagging Bloomin Amazing for consumers, we are also selling large quantities of bulk product to growing media manufacturers who use it in place of chemically formulated fertilisers. They report that it provides a much more stable and readily available source of plant feed which helps improve the shelf life of bagged growing media.”
Bloomin Amazing is also a better way for consumers to feed their gardens, with the slow-release properties giving months of plant feed instead of the limited few weeks from a conventional chemical product. On top of which it adds bulky organic matter to the soil, keeps weeds down, helps retain moisture, encourages worms and deters slugs!
The team from Bloomin Amazing are on stand 6A25
Bloomin AmazingSoil Enricher is available in 50L bags with a suggested retail price of £6.49.
To find out more about Bloomin Amazing go to www.bloominamazing.com or e-mail Nick at firstname.lastname@example.org or call head office to speak to us on 01305 889525