Rolawn Soil Improver is a natural, peat free soil conditioner/improver. It is highly fertile and will improve soil structure, which will enhance the soil's drainage characteristics and air and water holding capabilities, resulting in healthy plant growth. Comes in a convenient bulk bag to minimise waste and mess and is easy to store.
Minimal stone content. Produced in accordance with BSI PAS100:2011 compost standards. Peat free. Friable & light, easy to barrow, spread and work in to the soil. Apply anytime, but care must be taken to avoid digging/forking wet soil, as it may damage the soil structure. For heavy clay soil a 75mm deep layer should be incorporated to a depth of 200mm and for light sandy soil a 30mm deep layer should be incorporated to a depth of 200mm.
Important message from the delivery company -Please note that the onus is on the customer to ensure safe access to the property. All deliveries are kerbside, and deliveries made using a tail lift and pallet truck require access for an 18 tonne vehicle, and a flat hard standing area for unloading. Deliveries made using a HIAB vehicle need clear access parallel to the kerbside and to be free of overhead obstructions.
Where deliveries cannot be made due to insufficient access to the delivery address or difficulties on the approach to the address, an unsuitable offloading area, obstructions, or where incorrect/insufficient instructions have been provided, a charge of £30 (inc. VAT) per pallet will be made for redelivery or return of the items. If redelivery is requested fees must be accepted prior to an order being released for redelivery; if the order is returned the £30 charge per pallet will be deducted from any outstanding credit due. Due to the perishable nature of turf, where delivery cannot be made successfully we will be unable to credit the amount paid for the turf.
- Contains approx. 1m3 (1000 litres) when packed.
- Coverage up Up to 14m² at a depth of 75mm (3"), up to 20m² at a depth of 50mm (2"), up to 33m² at a depth of 30mm (1.2")
- Weight to volume ratio (bulk density) is typically around 550kg per 1m³ bag