Soil, Compost & Fertilizers
For Healthier Plants, Discover Composting in Singapore
If you are an aspiring gardener, you may have already familiarised yourself with the basics such as the importance of trimming and watering your plants on a regular basis, especially in Singapore’s tropical climate. So what else is there that you can do for your plants? As you embark on your planting journey, you may start looking for ways to achieve optimum growth of your plants. This is when you can consider adding composting material to boost the nutrition of your soil.
What is Compost?
Made up of decaying substances, compost material naturally enriches and enhances the quality of the soil. In fact, did you know that it is possible to make your own compost? Using your own household waste such as fruit peels and vegetable scraps, DIY composting is a cost-effective way to provide the nutrients your soil needs. However, depending on the materials you used for your compost, it is a time-consuming process that can take up to six months.
On top of that, composting may give off an odour during the decaying process. It has to be properly maintained or you may eventually be affected by the compost smell. This is why many nature lovers in SIngapore prefer purchasing their compost products online or in store.
Shop for Composting and More at Greenspade Singapore At
Greenspade, we make it simpler for you to shop for your organic fertilisers, composting and gardening products all in Singapore. Our Organic Premium Compost, for example, is a soil conditioner that is broken down by microorganisms from horticulture waste and bi-product of chicken manure composted through an anaerobic process by a complete digester in Singapore which turns it into a high-value product. More importantly, it is odourless and has an earthy smell so you don’t have to worry about unpleasant odours in your home. If you wish to find out more about our products and services such as our worm composting consultancy, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +65 8869-8827.