Landscaping Compost Fact sheet 4 - Compost use in turf establishment and renovation

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Courtesy of WRAP (the Waste & Resources Action Programme)

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Establish and maintain good quality grass with compost

Compost can be used in a variety of situations, including residential and commercial lawns, sports grounds, athletic fields and golf courses. Excellent results can be achieved when using compost both to establish and renovate turf.

What is compost?

In the United Kingdom, compost is made from source separated plant materials mainly from parks and gardens. This material is processed under carefully controlled conditions to produce a high quality product, as defined by the British Standards Institution’s Publicly Available Specification for Composted Materials – BSI PAS 100 (2002). Compost conformity should be independently assessed and verified through a certification scheme such as that managed by the Composting Association. These composts are very different from wholly manure based composts, spent mushroom.

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