Clay Breaker
Soil Conditioner

Clay breaker soil conditioner is organic matter and gypsum in a pelleted form. It is used for conditioning soil without affecting the soils natural ph. By using clay breaker it will work on the heaviest of clay, improves the soil so it is easier to work with and improves reliability.

clay breaker conditioner

Also improves drainage and enhances the soil warming for earlier crop. It can be used at any time of year but when applied after rough digging the affected areas in the autumn is when you get the best results.

Combined action of claybreaker and frost in the winter give good soil structure for the spring planting. Repeat applications in autumn and the following spring will benefit heavy clay soils. Follow instructions on the box for application, storage and advice.

We hope you have found this information on clay breaker Clay breaker soil useful. If you need further assistance please contact us for more advice and information. Don't forget you can also get clay breaker, soil and compost delivered straight to your home. Call us on 020 8421 5977 to find out more about our delivery price and delivery areas or see here for more detail

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