Get premium quality topsoil in Burscough from Websters Turf and watch your garden bloom! Our top-quality topsoil, fertilizer and turf make us the #1 supplier of these products in the Lancashire region. All our products are sourced from our own rich, lush land and they incorporate all the health-giving nutrients of the famous Lancashire soil. We provide the best products at pocket friendly prices that cannot be matched anywhere in the region. Most of our business comes via recommendations from satisfied and loyal customers. Our topsoil can be used by private residential garden enthusiasts, commercial gardeners and landscapers, and architects. Unless you put down the right kind of topsoil, your plant or lawn growth will be meagre and weak, vulnerable to pests and infestations.
For gardeners in Burscough, topsoil supplied by us is weed-free, screened for stones and rocks and is ideal for supporting new growth. Topsoil is the outermost, top layer of soil, that is usually about two to eight inches in depth. It is also referred to in scientific terms as the O Horizon or A Horizon. This layer has the greatest concentration of organic matter and beneficial microorganisms, mineral particles, water and air. It is where most of the earth’s biological soil-based activities happen. A diversity of microbes help to reduce the dependence on artificial pesticides. Plants usually spread their roots in this layer and draw their nutrients from it. Some of the minerals found in topsoil include phosphorus, calcium, potassium, magnesium, zinc, manganese, and copper. Ideal topsoil has a pH balance of 5.0-6.2 which means that the acid and alkali content are well balanced.
When you need topsoil in Burscough, you can call us and have it delivered to your site. Whether you’re refurbishing your garden or lawn or you’re installing a new one, a substantial layer of premium topsoil can do wonders for plant growth and help create a bountiful, beautiful green space. Contact us today for more information about our top soil. Good topsoil provides carbon and nitrogen. In general, the darker the topsoil, the more nutritious it is. Another big advantage of having a good layer of topsoil is that the water retention capacity is increased.