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Green compost nourishes your plants by slowly and consistently releasing essential nutrients, reducing the need for expensive non-organic fertiliser. An above-neutral pH balances high nitrogen inputs and keeps your soil at an optimal pH. Dark, friable, and screened to 10mm to remove large stones and lumps, it’s easy to work into your existing soil as an additive or a mulch.
Good for the environment. Great as a general soil improver. Perfect for all your planting needs.
Organic green compost from Corker Outdoor Living & Landscape Supplies meets BSI PAS100 and Quality Protocol of 2007 standards, ensuring rigorous quality control and full traceability.
Our yard is based in Paddock Wood, Kent and we provide delivery to all local surrounding areas including Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells, Maidstone, Sevenoaks, Crowborough, Burwash and Cranbrook etc.
Will You Mix It, Mulch It, or Turn It Into a Tea?
Whichever method you choose, our organic green compost will enrich your depleted soil and give your plants and produce a boost, returning your garden to its former glory. Peat free and made from recycled garden and vegetable waste matter, you can use our eco-friendly compost with a clear conscience.
Any questions? See our FAQs below or feel free to WhatsApp or call us to speak to one of our horticultural experts.
Benefits & Uses
– Optimal composition – screened to 10mm.
– Fully sustainable.
– Increases water and heat retention.
– Slowly releases essential nutrients for plant growth.
– Reduces the need for additional fertiliser – eco-friendly and good for the purse!
– Promotes good soil drainage and aeration.
– Prevents water and wind erosion.
– Supports soil bacteria essential for plant health.
– Improves existing soil structure and balances pH.
– Enhances soil fertility, increasing crop potential.
– Quality guaranteed – adheres to BSI PAS100 and Quality Protocol of 2007.
– Flower and vegetable beds – general soil improvement.
– Trees and shrubs – growth and root health.
– Lawns – before sowing seeds and laying turf for strong root growth.
– Yearly lawn maintenance.
– Seeds – to make potting mixture with sand and topsoil.
– Soak to make a liquid feed for a speedy nutrient boost.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Is Corker Compost weed free?
The best way to answer this question is to explain how recycled waste is turned into compost on a commercial scale:
Green waste is collected from around the county and delivered to strategic recycling sites.
Once on site the stage is to remove any hazard waste ie Plastic etc.
The green waste is then placed into a mechanical shredder, which breaks the waste down to a size suitable for screening.
The next stage is the waste being placed into the screeding process, which reduces the waste below 30mm/
The waste is then stored outside and mixed to product the perfect mixture of moisture, air & green/brown material.
This mixing causes the waste to heat up quickly to a heat of up to 75c (170f). This heating up process will kill off all weeds and any other unwanted elements eg weedkillers.
Normally the compost will sit outside for a period of 12 weeks, during this the compost heaps will be turned and mixed up to a minimum of 8 times.
During the first half of this period it is important the mix remains at 60c (140f) for a minimum of 5 weeks.
Now the compost has matured the next stage is to put the compost back through the screening process and screened down to 10mm.
The final stages is samples are sent for analysis. This will be done on a regular basis.
The final result is a high quality sterile compost that will not contain active compost that will not contain active weed seeds, but will be found with all the desired nutrients for your growing medium.
- Is commercial recycled compost better than DIY compost?
Although there is great enjoyment in producing your own compost, the quality of commercial recycled compost is considerably higher commercial compost will be a lot darker, more rich in texture and 100% weed free.
- Can I use commercial compost as potting medium?
Basically the answer is no.
Although compost has got huge benefits when used in the garden it is used to course a product to plant seeds or seedlings.
Potting soil consists of a mixture of peat moss, ground up tree bark & tiny pieces of pearlite, which is volcanic glass. The lightweight materials provide an airy growing medium for seeds & root systems.
- Can I add fresh compost to my existing soil?
Yes definitely. Regularly adding compost to your garden will continue to stabilize the soil ph level and introduce fresh nutrients. The new compost can be dug into the existing soil or used as a mulch.
- If used as a mulch how deep should this be?
Ideally approx. 75mm , a minimum of 50mm.
Free local delivery:
We offer free delivery within our local zone (15-17 mile radius of Paddock Wood, including Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells, Edenbridge, Pembury, Sevenoaks, Borough Green, East Peckham, West Malling, Maidstone, Aylesford, Loose, Crowborough, Wadhurst, Lamberhurst, Hawkhurst, Staplehurst and Crankbrook) when you order any size bulk bag.
Our local delivery covers these postcodes: TN1, TN2, TN3, TN4, TN5, TN6, TN7, TN8, TN9, TN10, TN11, TN12, TN13, TN14, TN15, TN17, TN18, TN19, TN20, ME14, ME15, ME16, ME17, ME18, ME19, ME20.
Delivery will be made by a Corker Hiab lorry (with mounted crane). Please enter your postcode in the basket to check if you qualify for free delivery!
Drop Off Delivery
There is a £40 delivery charge for orders without a bulk bag in our local zone. When a bulk bag is added to the cart, the order will qualify for free local delivery and the £40 charge will automatically be removed.
For deliveries outside of our local zone (15-mile radius of Paddock Wood) we send items out via a trusted third-party courier service. The price for pallet delivery outside our zone is £40.00 (2-3 days).
Orders weighing less than 30kg will be sent via a trusted third-party courier service. The price for a parcel under 30kg is £9.99 (2-3 days) and £14.99 (next day).