WHY YOU NEED COMPOST FOR YOUR PROPERTY

Compost provides you with rich organic matter that does wonders to improve the quality of your garden soil. Whether you sprinkle compost on the surface of the soil or work it in, your garden plants and landscape will grow healthier and stronger thanks to the addition. Your garden benefits from compost in the following ways:

Incorporates organic matter to feed microorganisms and microorganisms that maintain a healthy soil food web

Enriches soil with nutrients for plant growth

Releases nutrients slowly so they don’t leach away as some synthetic fertilizers do

Improves soil structure

Promotes Enhances moisture and nutrient retention in sandy soil

Reduces soil compaction

Inhibits erosion

Suppresses soil-borne diseases and pests

Attracts earthworms, nature’s best soil builders and aeration in clay soil

FREE COMPOST FOR TAKA TAKA SOLUTIONS’ CLIENTS

TakaTaka Solutions provides FREE compost for clients who sign up for their waste collection services, the quantity is relative to the type of customer but the company provides the compost annually. As the only company in Kenya known for recycling approximately 95% of the waste it collects, TakaTaka Solutions recycles the organic plant waste collected into compost, their initiative to promote a greener Kenya is further emphasized by their initiative to provide FREE compost for sampling, TakaTaka solutions enables its clients to enjoy the benefits of recycling through composting of organic waste

TESTED BY CROPNUTS

TakaTaka Solutions’ SoilPlus compost is of high quality and has been tested by CropNuts. It is made from source separated organic plant waste. It is produced with state-of-the-art technology, ensuring appropriate sanitisation and hygenisation. SoilPlus is certified under the Kenyan Organic Fertiliser Standards

 

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