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mushroom compost
“Gardens love mushroom compost as a mulch and soil conditioner. Best of all, you can reap a new harvest out of a spent commercial product – that’s the ultimate in recycling.”
Ben Swane, gardening expert from the renowned Swane family.
Check out our vast range of mushrooms like white mushrooms, brown mushrooms, specialty mushrooms as well as asparagus.

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mushroom compost
Mushroom compost is a scientifically developed recipe of recycled organic ingredients such as:
  • Stable bedding (including manure)
  • wheat straw
  • poultry litter
  • cotton seed hulls which are pasteurised to kill any harmful bacteria.
  • As mushrooms are a multi-million dollar Australia industry, the compost in which the mushrooms are grown is vital. The compost provides the goodness on which the mushrooms flourish.
    When the mushrooms have finished cropping what remains is an ideal compost for the home garden.

Use mushroom compost as a:

  • Mulch
  • Soil conditioner
  • Potting mix additive
Mushroom compost is great for:

  • Most flowering plants
  • Trees and shrubs
  • Vegetable gardens and herbs
  • Establishing lawns
*not recommended for some native plants and acid loving plants such as azaleas, camellias and rhododendrons

save water
You save water with mushroom compost because it:
  • Stores up to 70 per cent of its own weight in water.
  • Improves transmission of water through the soil.
  • Keeps the soil cooler in warmer weather, warmer in cooler weather and increases soil resistance to both wind and water erosion.
  • How to use mushroom compost in a new garden bed:

    1. Spread mushroom compost on the soil surface.
    2. Water well.
    3. Allow about 1 week for compost to settle.
    4. Incorporate the compost into the top 10 to 30cm of the soil and water well.
    5. Sow the seeds or transplant plants.