Monthly Archives: March 2018

Biochar

We recently had a go at making Biochar at the nursery. Here’s what Biochar International have to say about Biochar http://www.biochar-international.org/ Sustainable biochar is a powerfully simple tool to fight global warming. This 2,000 year-old practice converts agricultural waste into a soil enhancer that can hold carbon, boost food security, and discourage deforestation. Sustainable biochar […]

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Posted by Tom Adams on 29th March 2018, under Uncategorised


Only a few trees left…

It’s very nearly the end of the planting season and I have a limited selection of trees left. Here’s the list. Please get in touch if you’d like to order any. Apples M25 Gloucester Underleaf Landore of Aberedw (Underleaf sport) Sweeney Nonpareil Credenhill Pippin Pig yr Wydd Pig Aderyn Discovery 6 x Charles Ross M26 […]

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Posted by Tom Adams on 22nd March 2018, under Uncategorised


Mycorrhizal fungi

All the rootstocks we plant in the nursery are inoculated with mycorrhizal fungi. This kick starts a relationship between the roots and the fungal sphere in the soil. The fungus acts as an extension to the root system, enabling a greater reach for nutrients and moisture. This ensures the trees bought from me already have […]

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Posted by Tom Adams on 22nd March 2018, under Uncategorised