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Mêl Gwenyn Gruffydd Est 2010 Organic Compost Peat Free 40L 10mm Soil Improver British Made in UK NATURAL Multi Purpose Merlin’s Magic Green

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hard work, but a lesson well learned about the perils of potential hay fires – particularly with hay cut this early when there is much more leaf, and less already dried stems. There will be signs at the sorting stations explaining what you need to do, but if you are unsure, staff will be on hand to advise. One needs to allocate time between garden work and lambing just to savour how special this place is! Our 10mm compost is generally supplied in 40L bags and is a good general-purpose compost suitable for pots and young plants.

With forecasts of even colder weather to come, and with the windy weather drying up Zelkova leaves at the bottom of Cae efail, I turned over the far side of the compost reactor and collected 4 or 5 half bags of chopped leaves using the Li Ion lawnmower. and then get all the hay into big bags which I drag down to the hay barn where we sit them on pallets… a very long day!CWM also runs 4 household recycling centres in Carmarthenshire, Waste Transfer Stations and two Material Recycling Facilities (MRF’s). Merlin’s Magic Compost is produced in a self-contained facility at Nantycaws and, as a result, does not encounter household waste or anything else for that matter. Enter your postcode and choose your address to find out when your next recycling / rubbish collection is and what colour bag it is. After about six weeks, depending on the weather, the compost is ready to screen and bag or sell loose.

However it isn’t possible for everyone to get hold of so much compost especially if you have nowhere for it to be delivered (most homes don’t have a place for big loads of compost to be dumped). Growing Crocus varieties that seed around is really useful to help replace such losses, (many bought varieties set almost no seed, or are sterile so losses like this quickly leads to a dwindling flower display). I always enjoy this work, now that in most areas of the garden it’s less onerous after many years of rigorous zero tolerance. full whitewash tubs are the result, and as always Grass ( and Creeping Buttercup to top left)… Creeping Buttercup ( but not a Primula japonica to left)… Willowherbs… Chickweed… Pearlwort… and our more recent bete noire – Cleavers or Goosegrass… are the main culprits – the latter being the worst, since if these are missed after they develop even their first rosette of leaves, it’s very likely that the whole seedling won’t come up, the stem will break, and potentially regrowth will occur.This helps it to ‘stick’ to the ground and the compost, reducing the likelihood of it blowing away if the weather is bad during the first weeks. More importantly in the future, it may be an aid to whoever takes over as custodians of this very special property once we’ve left.

You will be required to take the material over the weighbridge and pay the appropriate disposal charge. Finding a local compost / manure supplier has not been possible as yet, so we’ll be importing into Wales from England. Get chilled to the bone creosoting more Yorkshire boards to line a replacement path to be created down the central retyred matrix garden access, probably later in the year. All in all, it took me 12 hours to have it complete and I've only changed lighting and added a 2nd veg space since then.

Laugharne resident Pat Hudson highlighted reports that the council would seek to reduce the centre’s opening hours. Unfortunately, site staff cannot help to remove items from any vehicles, however you can bring someone with you to help unload your waste or you may notify one of the site staff that you need to leave a heavy or bulky item on the ground. We want our comments to be a lively and valuable part of our community - a place where readers can debate and engage with the most important local issues. In spite of the severe cold, the sunny weather has brought on flowering of the Tomcots in the greenhouse, so I spent a few minutes transferring pollen with a feather, around midday on a sunny day.

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