Typical analysis

Dulverton Organics Compost Typical Analysis

Dulverton Organics Compost is made to a strict scientifically calculated formula, using only high quality organic material sourced from across Tasmania. To ensure suitability, nutrient and element analysis’ are taken of the organic inputs prior to introducing them to the process.

Ingredients include garden green waste, supermarket organic waste, woodchips, by-products from the processing of animals, fish, dairy and vegetables, animal straw and manure, and biosolids.

The below Typical Analysis is provided to give customers important information about the typical nutrient value of Dulverton Organics Compost.

It is recommended if customers wish to have a better understanding about how Dulverton Organics Compost can improve their soil and/or crop growth, they should either seek advice from an agronomist or take a sample of their soil and have it analysed by a laboratory service.

When making our compost we rely only on the microbes that appear naturally in our original ingredients, we do not use additives or improvers. This means there is an abundance of microbial life within the compost that is just as important for your soil as the figures mentioned in the Typical Analysis. Healthy microbial flora within the soil means healthy plant growth and yields.

Dulverton Organics Compost Typical Analysis (27.03.2017)

Chloride (Cl) 4130 mg/kg
Copper (Cu) 67.1 mg/kg
Manganese (Mn) 349 mg/kg
Boron (B) <3 mg/kg
Molybdenum (Mo) 1.1 mg/kg
Zinc (Zn) 165 mg/kg
Calcium (Ca) 1.68%
Iron (Fe) 144,400 mg/kg
Nitrogen (N) 1.57%
Magnesium (Mg) 0.22%
Phosphorus (P) 0.71%
Potassium (K) 0.71%
Sulphur (S) 0.21%
Sodium (Na) 0.31%
PH – (1:5 Water) 6.8
Electrical Conductivity 3.27
Organic Matter 47.60%
Organic Carbon 28.0%
CN Ratio 18:1

Upon request, Dulverton Waste Management can provide more specific analysis results of Dulverton Organics Compost for bulk purchases.


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