AHS Composted Bark Fines
Composted Bark Fines are a long-lasting, durable and natural type of mulch. They are ideal for all kinds of flower beds, borders and large containers, and provide optimum weed suppression and moisture retention. This is a composted product, so it is more durable than other bark products and enriches soil fertility over time by slowly releasing nutrients into the soil.
With their rich dark colour, Composted Bark Fines create an inviting appearance in the garden by beautifully showcasing flowers and foliage.
- As much for beds and borders
- For weed suppression and low maintenance
- Enrich soil over time.
If you are using Composted Bark Fines as a soil conditioner, spread them on the soil with the help of a rake to a depth of 2.5-5cm (1″-2″). The minimum depth for effective weed suppression is 5cm (2’’). If the soil is very heavy and chalky, you can apply Composted Bark Fines to a depth of 10cm (4’’).
If you are using Composted Bark Fines as a mulch, spread them on the soil with the help of a rake to a depth of 2.5-5cm (1″-2″). Make sure to leave a gap between stems and mulch to avoid plant damage.
- 80ltr pre-packed bags
- 60ltr pre-packed bags.
- Typical moisture content 3-15%
- Particle size 0-20mm / 0-10mm
- Shell content ≤ 10
- Chloride content ≤ 0,01%
- Acid soluble sulphate ≤ 0.8
- Bulk loose
- Bulk bags
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AHS Paving Grid
The Solution to High Traffic Areas
As Autumn turns to Winter, the good old British weather normally brings with it a torrent of rain, which turns grass to mud and pathways into small lakes!
This is the time of year to let us help you endure the season with our 100% recycled and recyclable AHS Paving Grid. It is perfect for high traffic areas and pathways, and for agricultural applications for heavy machinery.
As well as being 100% recycled, our AHS Paving Grid is a durable, permeable, alternative surface for paving, walkways, car parks, cycle routes, verge stabilisation, private driveways, emergency access routes and even landing strips.
Paving grid helps in areas prone to flooding. As over 90% of the surface area is open, it allows the water to soak back into the water table, rather than washing away as would normally be the case with asphalt or concrete.
Its simple ‘click together and fill’ system makes light work of what would usually have taken a few days. Simply prepare the surface areas, lay the paving grid and fill it with gravel or sow grass seed into soil, for a more natural finish.
So, whether your driveway is prone to flooding or you need a temporary car park for an event, avoid the mess this winter and contact our sales team for further information.