Keep your compost aerated and healthy with this innovative compost aerator. Regularly aerating compost helps to speed up the decomposition process which improves its overall quality, making it even better to use in your flowerbeds and vegetable patches. The aerator itself features two handles with grips for ease of use and features a set of folding 'arms' that fold in when inserted into the soil/compost and pull out as the aerator is lifted out. Theses features make aerating your compost a breeze no matter what sort of gardener you are.
This fantastic aerator is easy to use for even the most amateur gardeners. The aerator features two zinc plated steel blades which fold up against the pole. When inserted into thick compost then slowly pulled back out, the blades unfold and cut through the compost, aerating it.
A specially designed compost aerator is a far more effective way of generating high-quality compost than a traditional garden fork. Unlike a fork, this aerator does not mix new and old materials. When newer compost mixes with older, well-decomposed compost the entire process slows down as the new compost contaminates the old. This aerator gives you easy access to the high quality compost at the bottom of the heap without contaminating it with the fresh materials at the top.
"Ideal, Just what I needed"
Reviewed Sunday, 9 April 2017
"Ideal for my needs,strong,lightweight and does the job well."
Reviewed Wednesday, 5 April 2017
"An excellent piece of kit - does what it was advertised to do!"
Reviewed Tuesday, 28 March 2017
"Very easy to use and effective. Highly recommended"
"The Primrose compost aerator does everything they say it does but more easily."
Reviewed Sunday, 11 September 2016
Reviewed Saturday, 10 September 2016
"Does the job required of it."
Reviewed Tuesday, 6 September 2016
"okay, it's an aerator and it came at a good price."
Reviewed Sunday, 4 September 2016
"Early days but works well after first pull"
Reviewed Saturday, 3 September 2016
"Service was excellent super time delivery"
Reviewed Thursday, 1 September 2016