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Works 4 x quicker than other compost bins.Tough 120g/m2 breathable fabric. 330 litre capacity.
- Unique ‘pop-up’ design for domestic composting
- Tight-fitting lid keeps out rain and pests
- Allows air and moisture to circulate
- Retains heat
- Contains and reduces odours
- Stores flat in the handy carry bag
Jute Composting Sacks are Made from 100% biodegradable vegetable fibre and dyes, decorative, strong and highly practical.
- Turns fallen leaves into rich, leaf mould compost
- Loose weave allows effective composting
- Strong, 100% biodegradable
Defra will reprioritise its spending, focusing tax payer’s money on British farming and food production; enhancing the environment and biodiversity; and supporting a green economy resilient to climate change.
The Department will manage its reductions by:
Maximising the use of matched European funding for the Rural Development Programme for England, enabling a £66m reduction in domestic contributions. This will allow environmental stewardship schemes to remain open to all farmers. Defra will prioritise schemes that will be most beneficial to the environment, increasing the Higher Level Stewardship Scheme by 80%.
The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution 2010 Christmas cards available are now – we love the kids colouring in ones!!!
Buy them here (opens RABI order form)
The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI) is a grant-making charity that supports members of the farming community facing need, hardship or distress.
We were founded in 1860 and have an unbroken history of providing long-term care
and emergency help. The help is provided for retired farmers, farm workers and working farmers and their families who find themselves in financial difficulties. In 2010 RABI is very proud to be celebrating its 150th anniversary.
New garden tool in our EBay shop – stainless Garden Hand Trowel
! Just £4.28 – perfect for putting your garden to bed!!
Pair of leaf collectors – make the job quicker and easier with these leaf collectors
According to one #Australian customer:
What is La Nina?