REMIN - Volcanic Rock Dust

  • Soil and Compost Remineraliser
  • Improve soil condition with minerals & trace elements
  • Boosts soil,s natural capacity to capture and store carbon
  • Grow healthier plants, vegetables and lawns
  • Encourage beneficial soil-living organisms

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Carbon capture product developed in collaboration with Newcastle University, UK.

REMIN VOLCANIC ROCK DUST

Treating soil with naturally occurring REMIN can help boost fertility, leading to healthier vegetables, fruit and flowers and improved yield. Adding REMIN to lawns and other grassed areas can improve their growth and appearance. It also encourages earthworms and other natural engineers, that can further improve soil quality.

Additionally, the chemical reactions and biological processes triggered by adding REMIN to soil significantly boost soil's natural carbon capture capability. Scientific research shows that for every tonne added, 70 to 300kg CO2 can be removed from the atmosphere over time.

HOW TO USE

10kg bag will cover up to 20 square metres. Store under cover. Do not apply in windy conditions or to frozen soil.
Regular treatments are likely to bring better results.

APPLICATION TO SOIL & COMPOST

Top Dressing: Minimum dose is 0.5kg REMIN /m2 with up to 2kg/m2 as booster dose. Apply as top dressing and rake in lightly. Can be applied any time of year.

Mixing: Mix well through compost / soil at 1kg REMIN per 50 litres of compost

Plant pots, tubs, baskets: Sprinkle level tablespoon REMIN onto 15cm2 (6 inches) surface of compost or soil and water in as usual. Apply twice a year.

APPLICATION TO LAWNS AND GRASSED AREAS

It is recommended to mow before application, apply REMIN according to top dressing rates above.
It is helpful to follow this by watering if soil is dry.

HOME COMPOSTING

For every new layer of compost, add enough REMIN to make a light covering over the surface that you can easily see through.

WORMERIES

Sprinkle a small handful of REMIN per 30cm2 onto surface of your wormery every month. Try a small area with this amount, where there's enough moisture, to see the worms congregate.