Rothamsted Research

Supplier of award winning, organically certifed, Scotland sourced, REMIN volcano rock dust (REMIN for short) that is a 100% natural SOIL & COMPOST REMINERALISER / REVITALISER, COMPOST ACTIVATOR and TONIC FOR WORMS.

Is there any other product on the market that can claim to provide ALL the macro and micro nutrients required for healthy plant growth? REMIN contains:
MACRO NUTRIENTS:  Calcium, Chlorine, Magnesium, Phosphorous, Potassium, Sodium, Sulphur
MICRO NUTRIENTS:  Boron, Chromium, Cobalt, Copper, Iodine, Iron, Magnesium, Molybdenum and Zinc and plenty Silicon – and these in a natural form so that the plants can select what they want – and so get them into us!

Anywhere in the world with volcanic soil, ie soil close to geologically recent activity, is exceptionally rich and fertile, thanks to the minerals and trace elements in the soil that have been derived from the bedrock…  Where else do soil minerals come from… naturally?!!

28t BULK LOADS, 1t & 0.5t BULK BAGS, 20kg & 10kg PRINTED bags available. 10kg bags on SALE at Groundswell 2018!
But for proof of the pudding…. check out REMIN TESTIMONIALS:  http://www.reminscotland.com/see-testimonials/
IN THE WORDS OF ONE CONVERT FARMER FROM WILTSHIRE:  
The grass crop was exceptionally lush with above normal red and white clover producing 13 big round bales per acre.    Since then our sheep have not kept up with the growth and its fattened lambs faster than I have ever seen in my 24 years work on this field.    Despite this warm September, when other fields have gone off colour, the REMIN field still has a deep green colour with a good mat of grass and clover.  Yes, whilst not a scientific study, we are satisfied these dramatic results are thanks, at least in part, to REMIN volcanic rock dust.

Oh yes! There has NOT been a recent volcano in Scotland that you missed in the news… when this rock came onto Planet Earth, vertebrate had not evolved onto onto land…   REMIN has remained bound up in the rock for 360 million years.   It is freshly crushed at the quarry, drops straight into the back of the lorry and is sent on to either the bagging plant, or to YOU in bulk loads.   Want your Brix reading to go up? – then give REMIN a good season, preferably mixed with farm yard manure and or compost, and I don’t think you will be disappointed.

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