Clean Fill Clean Fill

Clean fill dirt can be used for many landscaping applications. Fill dirt can be soil, gravel, sand or clay. In some cases, it can even be the remains from building demolition like brick or concrete. It is referred to as being "clean," because it is free of contaminates
Cleanfill material includes virgin natural materials such as clay, soil and rock, and other inert materials such as concrete or brick that are free of:
combustible, putrescible, degradable or leachable components, hazardous substances, products or materials derived from hazardous waste treatment, hazardous waste stabilisation or hazardous waste disposal practices, materials that may present a risk to human or animal health such as medical and veterinary waste, asbestos or radioactive substances and liquid waste.

Compost Mix Compost Mix

Formulated by soil scientists, this mixture provides the optimum balance for efficient composting.
Compost is a valuable addition to many  gardens. When mixed with the existing soil, which comprises clay colloids with poor permeability and little organic matter, it helps plants to grow better. It literally gives life to the soil by injecting organic microbes to make the soil self-sustaining, brimming with the good elements that a plant needs.

Native Mix Native Mix

Native Mix consists of composted organics, sand and screened peat which will provide a free draining blend with sufficient water retention properties to successfully grow Australian native plants.
Available in bulk supply.

Organic Garden Mix Organic Garden Mix

Because your soil is the foundation of your garden, it is important to make sure it’s full of the right nutrients to feed your garden.
Ensuring that the plants have an adequate growth medium is what this mix is all about. Low on nutrients but high on microbial activity.
Use as a soil replacement when constructing new garden beds.

Top Dress Top Dress

A nice, thick lawn requires healthy soil as its base, but it’s difficult to make changes to the soil once grass has been established. Most gardening recommendations include “working” organic matter into the soil through digging or tilling prior to planting, but this can’t be done once the grass has grown. So what’s a homeowner to do with an established lawn that’s in need of some serious help?
If done properly, the technique of “top-dressing,” or adding a thin layer of soil over your lawn, can improve the soil without killing the existing turf. Top-dressing addresses some common lawn problems, including:
Low spots due to rotting tree roots, settling after underground pipe or cable installation, or erosion.
Uneven terrain caused by winter freezing and thawing, water runoff, tunneling critters, or general soil settling over time.
Compacted soil in high-traffic areas or low-lying places where water pools.
Bare spots from variations in soil texture and nutrients, heat, drought, or other environmental damage.
Depletion of nutrients due to leaching, neglect, or repeated use of chemical fertilizers.

Turf Underlay Turf Underlay

Turf Underlay a quality assured mix of soil, sand and composted organics, which gives your newly laid turf the head start it needs to estabilish good root growth and drainage.
It is suitable for all variety of turf like Buffalo, Couch, Durban, Kikuyu and Zoysia.


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