Using biochar can bring a physical and permanent change to your soil. It improves structure, aeration, water-holding capacity, nutrient retention, and provides a refuge for beneficial microbiology which we add to improve plant health.
Made from 100% natural ingredients – Soil Association Approved for organic growing by the Soil Association, although it is widely used by both organic and conventional growers
Biochar sequesters (locks) carbon into the ground, so it is beneficial to the environment as well as your plants and edibles.
Saving the planet, one garden at a time!
Standard postage and packaging is charged at £8.99 up to 20kg in weight. Any additional weight will be charged at a rate of £8.99 per additional 20kg. Any offer on delivery charges can override these charges
We anticipate that orders will be dispatched within 2 workings day of the order being placed, with a 2-3 working day delivery time. Orders will be fulfilled by DPD. Orders over 100kg will be dispatched on a pallet on a 3-5 day economy delivery.
Biochar Soil Improver
You can use it as either a compost or soil additive or as a planting aid. By adding it to your compost or directly into the planting hole in the soil, you are introducing the long-term benefits of biochar, as well as giving the compost or soil a boost of the biology that helps ensure strong and productive plants.
It is easy to use. If you are propagating and potting on, we advise adding Biochar Soil Improver at a rate of 10% volume: that is one part biochar soil improver to ten parts compost/soil. That said, if you’re short on time, you can simply add a handful or two to the planting hole.
Biochar Tree Soil Improver
Biochar Tree Soil Improver is a compost or soil additive. So, when planting a new tree (or shrub etc) you can simply apply at a rate of one part biochar tree soil improver to ten parts compost/soil. If you are planting in a pot, then one litre of biochar tree soil improver will treat a 10 litre pot. If you are using around an existing tree, then simply incorporate into the soil around the base of the plant.
Biochar Lawn Improver
To revive those brown patches in your lawn you can use it as a surface dressing; simply fork the ground well and sweep the product into the holes. It can also be used as a base layer for new turf or when seeding.
An organic, Soil Association approved, all-natural pelleted fertiliser made with biochar and plant-derived 5-5-5 NPK and other essential nutrients.
What is NPK?
Nitrogen (N) for active leaf and stem growth.
Phosphorus (P) for strong, healthy root systems.
Potassium (K) promotes vigorous flowers and fruit development.
Carbon Gold Biochar Fertiliser is Soil Association approved for organic growing
Biochar Biology Blend
When potting add to compost when potting up plants, or cover roots of existing pots with a handful.
As a top dressing lightly fork into soil surface around plants.
When planting out add to the bottom of the hole before planting, or direct to soil.
A specially formulated booster for your Houseplants, which is a combination of both our Biology Blend and fertiliser just for your Houseplants. Either use when repotting your houseplants, or alternatively just mix a small amount in your current potting soil around the stem of the plant.
New to the range – Why replace the compost you already have when you can recycle it by adding back in the natural biology, biochar and fertiliser and use it again! It really is as simple as it sounds, just mix our rejuvenator into your existing compost and keep using it again and again.
By using Carbon Gold biochar, you can bring a physical and permanent change to your soil.
It improves structure, aeration, water-holding capacity (so less watering), and nutrient retention, and provides a refuge for beneficial microbes which we add to improve plant health.
Biochar also locks carbon into the ground and so reduces CO2 being released into the atmosphere where it is harmful. So, by using biochar products you are not only gaining superb results with your growing, but also reducing your carbon footprint at the same time.
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