Compost and Carbon
Compost and Carbon Capture
Nourish your garden with New Leaf Compost and you will be creating your own little carbon sink.
There is a large amount of the earth’s carbon stored in our soils. Certain gardening methods such as planting trees, creating a better eco-system and keeping soil undisturbed can help capture carbon but one one of the most effective ways to capture carbon is by adding peat free organic compost to your garden in tandem with these methods.
Mulching with New Leaf Compost is one of the easiest ways to nourish your soil and capture carbon.
Organic Peat Free Compost has such a positive impact on the environment unlike Peat based compost which when harvested releases carbon and has a negative impact on habitats.
New Leaf Compost is part of a circular process that ensures responsible processes and sustainable resources are brought together to give back to our environment.
Lock In The Carbon With New Leaf Compost By -
- Mulching Your Garden
- Planting Trees & Shrubs
- Growing Vegetables Using the No Dig Method
- Creating A Wildflower Meadow or Border
- Treating Your Lawn With Compost in Place of Chemical Fertiliser
New Leaf Peat Free Organic Compost is naturally better - “ lock carbon up in soils “