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Multi Purpose Compost - 120L for £6 each / 50L Bags £3 each @ Wickes (Free C&C)
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Multi Purpose Compost - 120L for £6 each / 50L Bags £3 each @ Wickes (Free C&C)

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Posted 16th May
Multi-Purpose compost which was on 3 for £10 (£3.33 each) for the 50L are now £3 per bag. If you need a few bags, then you may as well grab the 120L for £6 and go that route, as you get more for your money that way.

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Wickes Multi-Purpose Compost 50L £3 per bag
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Wickes Multi Purpose Compost - 120L £6
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  • Improved moisture retention
  • Promotes superior root growth
  • Free from green waste
  • An ideal medium for potting, cuttings and hanging baskets.
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Any good?
Last lot I bought a few weeks ago when on offer was very good. Friable - not the vile black morass you get in the cheapo stuff. Will definitely be buying more - along with the topsoil offer on now.
Can i use this as topsoil for seeding?
It's fairly good compost, better than the Westland stuff I got last time which had massive bits of twig and hard clumpy bits.
daniq16/05/2019 10:07

Can i use this as topsoil for seeding?



I did with the last lot and my grass/wild flower seeds are doing well, watering every evening in the warm sunny days we're currently having but rain forecast for the weekend should put a stop to that hopefully.
I bought my house with the garden abandoned for years. I cleared all the trees, concrete, bricks..... and i want to put a layer of compost before seeding.

How deep did you go with the layer of compost?
Does anybody know the weight of the 120l one?
Was at my local Wickes in Glasgow last night and was still £8 a bag - this an in-store price, or order online & pickup instead ?
Edited by: "MrCynical" 16th May
This compost has peat in FYI
daniq16/05/2019 11:38

Does anybody know the weight of the 120l one?


1L = 1kg so 120L = 120kg
Edited by: "DC_" 17th May
DC_17/05/2019 02:07

1L = 1kg so 120L = 120kg



So a litre of feathers weighs the same as a litre of lead?
Edited by: "dvdvicar" 17th May
Litres are a measure of volume. KGs are a measure of weight. 1 litre of water is 1kg but this does not mean 1 litre of anything will be 1kg due to different densities.

These sacks will differ in weight due to moisture levels etc. They are pretty heavy, but nowhere near 120kgs.
dvdvicar17/05/2019 07:40

So a litre of feathers weighs the same as a litre of lead?


Sorry i was just pertaining to a rough estimate as if you would try to know the specific weight then you should know the density of the said item.
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