Blog items from Living Soils

Blog items from Living Soils

  • Introducing: MycoBoost!!!

    We are delighted to announce that the newest member of our organic dry amendment family - MycoBoost - is here! This is something quite special - ...
  • Offsetting Our Packages

    We're already carbon neutral but wanted to go further and support a specific project close to our hearts: we chose an avoided deforestation project in the Amazon Rainforest.

  • Our April offer

    As the long winter months have passed and the sun packs a bit more of a punch, outdoor or greenhouse growing can commence in full.
  • New Releases: Grow & Bloom AUTO

    We are delighted to announce the arrival of our new Auto range which comprises of Grow AUTO & Bloom AUTO. We're not 100% sure, but these may be...
  • How to reuse soil from your old grow

    We often get asked about whether our customers can reuse their growing media – the answer is ‘yes’! Your substrate can definitely be reused as a ba...
  • Higher yields feeding Bloom2 weekly

    We have run a few trials and the results show that a weekly dose of Bloom2 results in slightly higher yields (in the range of 5-10%) compared to bi-weekly.
  • Introducing Malted Barley Powder!

    MBP is barley that has been sprouted and then dried and powdered. The malted barley we use is certified organic from barley grown in the South West of England.
  • Our Bloom mix featured on My Home Farm

    This week our Bloom mix was tested on My Home Farm: a blog about country living, smallholding and a couple’s sustainability journey.
  • Why 4:20 is Associated with Cannabis

    Cannabis smokers and non-smokers alike recognise April 20 or 4:20 as a national holiday for cannabis culture, but few actually know how the date go...
  • The many benefits of insect frass for your plants

    Insect frass is a brilliant fertiliser and biostimulant for use in rooting, vegetative and flowering stages. Made from insect exoskeletons and exc...
  • The value of Mycorrhizal fungi in soil

    What are Mycorrhizae? The term mycorrhizae describes the mutually beneficial (symbiotic) relationship between specialised soil fungi and the roots ...
  • Why Living Soils is a ‘peat-free’ company

    Peat bogs act as a huge carbon storage system. The harvesting of peat releases massive amounts of carbon into the atmosphere