This super strength compost contains all the must-have nutrients needed to grow organic, succulent, aromatic tomatoes throughout the year without additional tomato feed. And like the rest of Dalefoot’s range, it has been approved by the Soil Association for organic growing.
Not suitable for seeds.
Recommended by The Enduring Gardener
Delivery & Returns
Orders of 11 bags and less will be delivered by a courier using a Green Van. The standard delivery charge is £10 for 2 - 11 bags.
Orders of 12 bags plus will be delivered on a pallet by a courier using a small Orange Lorry. The standard delivery charge is £20 for 12 - 70 bags on a pallet.
You can mix and match composts - we will base the delivery price on total number of bags.
There is a minimum order quantity of 2 bags.
How to Use
Sow seeds in seed trays or small pots in Dalefoot Wool Compost for Seeds in early to mid-spring.
Seedlings will be ready to transplant when the ‘true’ leaves are formed.
Having chosen your method and growing position water your seedlings well the day before planting.
Can be either in a greenhouse, polytunnel or sunny conservatory
Plant seedlings in Wool Compost for Tomatoes as a grow bag (2 plants) or fill 20-30cm pots with Wool Compost for Tomatoes.
Grow bags require extra care as they quickly dry out so put an up-turned water bottle with its base cut off as a water reservoir into the top of the bag between the seedlings
Water your tomatoes regularly, preferably in the evening, and consistently to keep the soil or compost moist – this will help avoid blossom end rot and fruits cracking.
Do not feed your tomatoes - Wool Compost for Tomatoes has all the feed your plants need to produce their crop through the season.
Harden seedlings off for 10-14 days before permanently planting outside.
Choose your warmest and sunniest outdoor position
Plant seedlings in Wool Compost for Tomatoes as a grow bag (2 plants) or fill 23cm pots with Wool Compost for Tomatoes
Water as for indoor tomatoes