PAPER BRIQUETTE MAKER If you have an excess of newspaper that can not be shredded and composted in a compost bin then why not turn it into briquettes to burn on your own house fire and reduce what goes to the tip!
The PAPER BRIQUETTE MAKER easily turn your old newspapers Into Briquettes for your BBQ, stoves or simply to light a fire. A truly environmentally friendly way to create your own fuel and save money as well – Simply to use – it’s now easier to use than ever .Simply soak your old newspapers in water, fill the Paper Briquette Maker, push down the handles to push out the excess moisture and leave it to dry. It’s that easy! Plus each briquette will burn for around 2 hours and leave minimal ash. Complete with 2 years warranty.
The perfect way to recycle newspapers and save money! Produce your own free fuel.
(Scroll down for available products)
HOW TO MAKE POTTING COMPOST
1. Sieved home-made Compost
4. Sieved garden Soil
A) The mix for making general Multi-purpose Compost –
1. Mix in equal parts home-made Compost, Leaf-mould and garden Soil.
B) The mix for potting on seedlings and cuttings –
1. Mix one part home-made Compost, with two parts Leaf-mould, with one part good garden Soil, with two parts Perlite.
C) The mix for rooting cuttings –
1. Mix one part Leaf mould with one part Perlite
* Perlite is available at garden centres or online.
Tip: How to remove ground elder without the use of a weedkiller
Mulch over the ground elder to a depth of 2″ (5cm) or more. Leave for a year or so. When the ground elder comes back the roots will be growing in the layer of composting mulch, with less growing in the soil. Now gently remove the roots with a garden fork. They will remove easier from the mulch, without breaking, than if forked out from garden soil.
Once removed, mulch again with compost.
Delivery Details – Other Products:
Products on this page have the delivery charge ‘waived’ when purchased with a ‘Main Product’. Please see our ‘Delivery’ information page. Please allow 3 – 10 days for delivery.