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Monday, 3 March 2014

Fertile Fibre Coir Coco Peat: 4cm coir disc

Fertile Fibre Coir Coco Peat: 4cm coir disc:   4cm disc will expand to 120 ml when water is added. please see shop or call 01432853111 801 boxes of coir disc now available.

4cm coir disc

 4cm disc will expand to 120 ml when water is added. please see shop or call 01432853111

801 boxes of coir disc now available. 

Thursday, 27 February 2014

Scottish deliveries.

Just received the following comments.


I am incensed that you classify Aberdeenshire as "remote Scottish highland". Aberdeen is a major terminal for the oil & gas industry, Peterhead is the largest white fish port in Europe and the area as a whole has excellent communication to the south. The West Coast residents have started a blacklist of companies that charge exorbitant rates for delivery, the idea is spreading and the list growing. You, no doubt, will blame the carriers but by using those carriers you are losing business. If I can get 25kg of dog food delivered from Hertfordshire for £4.95 it ought to be possible for other companies to charge similar rates.

I pointed out that if he ordered one bag of Fertile Fibre Compost he would only have to pay £1.20 extra.

Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Demeter Approved

Demeter approved at last-taken a while but we are now the first ever compost and coir products to be approved by Demeter international standards-YES.
Tarry you are a star.

So if you need a Biodynamic Compost Buy
Fertile Fibres.

Thursday, 30 January 2014

Cuttings

Fertile Fibre works very well on a large range of cuttings used in deep trays or plugs. Cuttings root faster with well-formed root systems. 100% is possible with the use of soil warming cables and a good mist system. Mixing with Perlite/Vermiculite, or grit/sand for hardwoods gives equally good results.

Growing Herbs in Fertile Fibre

home bannerFor those that don't know Fertile Fibre was developed on a herb nursery called the Cottage Herbery found here, http://www.thecottageherbery.co.uk/ in 1989. The Cottage Herbery went on to win several Gold medals at Chelsea Flower Show all grown organically and in Fertile Fibre.


So if you are thinking of growing herbs this year, try Fertile Fibre.

Thursday, 9 January 2014

Google ranking

Coir Bale google ranking 1
Yahoo ranking 2
Bing ranking 1

Peat free organic compost 
Google ranking 1
Yahoo ranking 2
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