Category Archives: Garden

Compot

Compot — Direct Compost Solution Pty Ltd

What problem does the Compot solve?

1. No more smelly garbage bins.
2. No smelly composter.
3. No visible composter in your garden
4. No fertilizers required.
5. No need to add worms or emo’s
6. No need to look after your worms. They look after themselves.
7. No need to turn, empty and spread soil from inside heavy composters.
8. No need to chop up your waste as is usually required for worm farms.
9. No need to separate your waste. Just toss everything in together.
10. No need to wait for everything to decompose before it is of use to you.
11. No fuss. Just keep topping it up and it will look after itself.
12. Reduce your council waste by over 50%
13. Reduce land fill by over 31%.
14. Simply FILL…FORGET… REFILL whenever you want to.
Under 4 minutes to dispose of all your waste.

maze-distribution

Composting – Maze Distribution

Out of the waste that goes go to landfill, 62 per cent is compostable. This waste buried in landfills produces methane, a gas that’s is 25 times worse for global warming than CO2. Some benefits of composting are:
• Compost is great for your garden, improving it, keeping it moist and making plants more resistant to pests and diseases.
• Composting helps you save money, allowing you to select a smaller council rubbish bin and pay less for your waste collection service. This helps council reduce its carbon emission liability and keep rate rises in check. It reduces the need for water and for buying fertilisers, soil improvers and potting mixes.
• Composting is good for the environment, saving journeys to the waste transfer station, helping to reduce waste and the need for new landfills and cutting greenhouse gases from landfill sites.

dinofert

Premium organic plant nutrition – Dinofert

Out of the waste that goes go to landfill, 62 per cent is compostable. This waste buried in landfills produces methane, a gas that’s is 25 times worse for global warming than CO2. Some benefits of composting are:
• Compost is great for your garden, improving it, keeping it moist and making plants more resistant to pests and diseases.
• Composting helps you save money, allowing you to select a smaller council rubbish bin and pay less for your waste collection service. This helps council reduce its carbon emission liability and keep rate rises in check. It reduces the need for water and for buying fertilisers, soil improvers and potting mixes.
• Composting is good for the environment, saving journeys to the waste transfer station, helping to reduce waste and the need for new landfills and cutting greenhouse gases from landfill sites.

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Gardena Superflex Hose – Husqvarna Group

Taking inspiration from one of natures most skillful creatures, Gardena’s new range of garden hoses boast expert power grip, flexibility, and a threaded spiral that guarantees high-pressure resistance and dimensional stability. In compliance with contemporary standards, Gardena uses no heavy metals and no plastic softening agents, like the contested phthalate, making them ideal for use in vegetable gardens. GARDENA SuperFLEX hoses are UV stabilised for long life and also come with an astounding 30 year warranty.