Compost is a valuable soil conditioner that improves many soil properties, such as porosity, structural and thermal stability, water retention, resistance to wind and water erosion. Compost also decreases soil crusting, regulates storage and release of nutrients, enhances the development of beneficial microorganisms, builds up plant resistance to parasites and disease, and promotes faster root development. Plants and crops treated properly with compost are likely to produce higher yields with less weed growth. 

We work with a local partner to supply PAS 100 Compost.  

Artificial fertilisers and pesticides originate from gas and oil products, and given the current data available, this is not a sustainable product for farming in the future.

Organic compost provides a habitat for worms and natural soil borne bacteria which increases natural crop nutrients, adds extra growth and productivity, resulting in higher harvest yields..