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Posted 3 March 2023

SupaGrow Peat Free Organic Garden Compost - 50L.[3 for £12 or 10 for £30] Free Collection @ Homebase

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SupaGrow high specification peat free compost will improve any existing compost and enhance your soil due to the added organic matter. Not suitable for use as seed sowing compost.

Peat Free
Consistent High Quality
Perfect to dig into existing borders to improve your current soil.
Helps break down poor soil

3 for £12 or 10 for £30

Plus can do free click collect or pick up in store
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  1. holidaymann's avatar
    Awful product with plastic bits, full of flies, stinks and don’t be fooled by the 50 Ltr. I measured a few bags I bought last year and the are really only 26 Ltr. Complained to Homebase headquarters and got no reply. (edited)
    hellbeast's avatar
    Sounds like poor quality green waste compost. The composting facility near me used to sell it for £10 per ton bag! I've never had a 50 litre bag of compost fill 50 litres worth of pots either. The stipulation is that the bags are 50 litres 'when filled' so after sitting stacked on pallets for ages the compost compacts and never reaches that fluffy 50 litres again.
  2. lilun2010's avatar
    I buy alot of compost, it's expensive so always looking for cheeper products. I purchased this last year and I would never again. Awful product as already mentioned. Not worth the money, you will be forever picking out plastic and rubbish from it. Dont waste your money, pay a few more £ and get something else (edited)
    SteveMorgan's avatar
    Recommend any good ones for lawn over seeding?
  3. savsac29's avatar
    The last lot I bought was full of plastic, hardly organic.
  4. jynxy2's avatar
    So glad I started making my own compost exactly 1 year ago. The first 1+ cubic metre pile is now ready to use and my second brew is about 50% ready. About to build a third pallet bay...😁
    timblake9's avatar
    may be a stupid question but how do you do it
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