How can I get your bulk products to my home?

How can I get your bulk products to my home?

Buying more than a trailer load? Don’t have a tow bar on your car? We can deliver to your doorstep! All of our bulk soils, mulches, sands, aggregate and stones can be delivered by the scoop (minimum of two scoops), by the cubic metre up to 4 cubic metres per delivery. Our delivery fee starts at $30 per delivery and we can deliver to a 40 kilometre radius from Davenport, Bunbury. Delivery areas range to Myalup, Harvey, Collie, Donnybrook,...

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Is it GENUINE Mushroom Compost??

Is it GENUINE Mushroom Compost??

Here’s a question for you – how do you know if the Mushroom Compost you are buying is the real thing? Well there are two ways to find out the first is to ask the supplier. Ask them does this contain spent mushroom product? If they don’t know – or if they give you anything but a yes, it may be that it is not the real thing. Genuine Mushroom Compost is a scientifically developed recipe of recycled organic ingredients...

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DELIVERY prices for Soils Ain’t Soils Bunbury

DELIVERY prices for Soils Ain’t Soils Bunbury

We may have moved but our delivery prices have stayed the same. We deliver in a 40km radius of our business at the Bunbury LIA in Davenport. From Myalup and Harvey to Donnybrook and Capel – our very reasonable delivery fees ensure your bulk sand, soil and mulch purchases get to you on time. Leschenault, Galway Green, Australind, Millbridge, Kingston and  Harvey have not had a price increase despite us being a further 4 kilometres away in...

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Mulching with newspapers

Mulching with newspapers

Are newspapers suitable to turn into mulch? The following article holds the answer. G Magazine explores the used of newspapers and glossy magazines for mulching and composting. http://www.gmagazine.com.au/131/ask-g-are-newspapers-suitable-turn-mulch    

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Chemical free ways to a greener garden

Chemical free ways to a greener garden

Fertilising Keeping your soil well nourished can be achieved the chemical free way if you prefer. Planting legumes can help restore nitrogen. Mulching with organic materials like compost, leaves or wood chips can create a layer above the soil which slowly breaks down and fertilizes the ground beneath. Pest Control By tapping into the natural order of the environment your garden can be pest and chemical free. Identifying bugs that become...

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