Oh man.... I rang every garden centre in my city to hunt this down, fashioned a trailer out of an old skateboard (I don't drive
), and when that failed I tied the bag to my bike and walked nearly the whole frikkin' 4 miles home.
If anyone has the old safety data sheet, we could compare it with the new composition:
Peat, sterilised Loam, bark fines, composted green waste, limestone and nutrients including potassium Nitrate, sulphate of ammonia, mono ammonium phosphate and trace elements and a wetting agent (their grammar, not mine
PH5.5-6.0 (pretty low eh?)
E2A Also for comparison, here's the composition of the winner of the Which Best Buy Container Compost 2010 (and I think it may have won this year too?), New Horizon organic and peat free Multi-purpose, also made by William Sinclair:
Composted bark, timber residues, green waste, limestone and nutrients, including hoof and horn, rock phosphate, vinasse and blood meal.
Vinasse from wiki:
Vinasse is a byproduct of the sugar industry.  Sugarcane or Sugar beet is processed to produce crystalline sugar, pulp and molasses. The latter are further processed by fermentation to ethanol, ascorbic acid or other products. After the removal of the desired product (alcohol, ascorbic acid, etc.) the remaining material is called vinasse. Vinasse is sold after a partial dehydration and usually has a viscosity comparable to molasses. Commercially-offered vinasse comes either from sugar cane and is called cane-vinasse or from sugar beet and is called beet-vinasse.
Apparently it's high in fulvic acids....
This post has been edited by uBercaMeL: 17 March 2011 - 08:09 PM