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Gee Up Horse Manure Organically Certified 12kg bags


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Gee Up manure is organically certified horse manure. Horse manure is one of the best sources of nutrients and humus for healthy soil in the vegetable garden. Bag Size - 12kg

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Organic Horse Manure

Gee Up 12kg bags of organically certified horse manure for the vegetable garden. There is nothing added to the manure, it is composted over a long period of time reaching 60+ degrees C. The extra heat used during composting kills weed seeds and leaves the horse manure completely odourless with a great texture.

Gee Up Horse manure contains a full range of the nutrients required for healthier soil. It produces Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potash as it breaks down and also adds humus to the soil. It is also Ph. Neutral 7.0, which means that it is suitable for all plants.

Bag Size:

12kg weight and 25 litres in volume

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May 06th, 2020
I used this to perk up the soil around my bean wall. My veg patch is very small so crop rotation is not complete. It is great stuff, good texture, no smell and easy to move around. The climbing beans loved it.This is a great product!
En James
February 21st, 2020
Horse poo in the post hahahaha, let that sink in mr postman. Anyway no complaints here, himself is using it after the shower passes. thsnks
December 08th, 2018
I grew some lovely vegetables last summer and will use it again this year
Michae Loughrey
September 11th, 2018
Still in the bag.
February 05th, 2018
Clare Love
January 23rd, 2017
Lovely product, easy to use.
January 12th, 2017
I put this on my autumn raspberries at this time of year, and my rhubarb also gets lucky with it. I love that it is so easy to spread from the bags. I don't have a trustworthy source of manure locally but feel that this is better anyway. Thanks for stocking it as my local stockist was very hit and miss, and having it delivered to the house is great.
September 06th, 2016
I bought the Gee Up composted horse manure to revitalise the soil in the vegetable beds in my polytunnel. I am extremely pleased with the quality of the product which is a lovely rich and crumbly texture and is full of worms! It is worth mentioning that there is no odour from the compost and that I also like the very manaegable size of the 12 kilo bags. I will definitely but this product again
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Asked By Sue Spicer
on October 08th, 2021
Is geeup manure and seaweed overkill for beds in Polytunnel?
Answered by Niall
on October 11th, 2021
Hi Sue No not at all. To be honest you almost can't overfeed beds in the tunnel as the crops we tend to grow in the tunnel are very hungry. Just make sure to keep the beds watered in the tunnel over winter even if no crops in them. This will allow the seeweed to break down more. You don't want it drying out Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Finula
on September 29th, 2020
I have bad soil Could I put GeeUp around my Hydrangias?
Answered by Niall
on September 29th, 2020
Hi Finula You can of course but for Hydrangias you might be better using Seafeed. It is a much better product for slow release Niall Quickcrop
Asked By annette wass
on September 01st, 2020
Hi Niall thanks for your answer re the best time to add the Gee Up Manure to beds but could you elaborate on what you mean by covering the beds after application of manure -do you mean with a mulch or else with some sort of fleece ? many thanks ,annette
Answered by Niall
on September 01st, 2020
Hi Annette Sorry i should have been more specific. I meant cover with mypex ground cover, plastic or even cardboard for the winter. Just so the nutrient value is not washed away and the worms will do the rest under the cover and bring the manure etc down in to the soil and aerate it for you Niall Quickcrop
Asked By annette wass
on August 28th, 2020
Hi what is the best time of year to add the manure to raised beds?Im wondering if I added it in autumn/winter then the nutrients would get washed out so is early spring, before planting any veg out the best time?thanks ,Annette
Answered by Niall
on August 31st, 2020
Hi Annette To be honest if you add it in Autumn and then cover the beds for the winter it is best as it encourages the worms up through the beds over winter allowing it get aerated. It can be a bit fresh to add in the Spring so my recommendation would be Autumn Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Trudy Eakin
on April 16th, 2020
Hi . Can this product only be bought in quantities of 20 bags?
Answered by Niall
on April 16th, 2020
Hi Trudy Only at the moment as the couriers can't take all we can give them so we are limited. So the only option we can offer is to put it on a pallet with transport companies. To justify the price of the pallet we have a minimum quantity. That said we will have the single bags back in about 2 weeks time Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Pawel
on April 15th, 2020
Hi there will that be back in stock anytime soon?
Answered by Niall
on April 15th, 2020
The Gee Up will be back in stock towards the end of next week Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Marcus Offer
on August 13th, 2019
1) I note you say that the Gee Up horse manure is organically certified - but you don't say by whom - Soil Association? Organic Farmers and Growers? Are the certifiers on the uk gov list of "Approved UK organic control bodies"? 2) You also say that it is unlikely to contains antibiotics. The more current problem seems to be aminopyralids, used on the hay etc fed to horses and the stables themselves often don't seem to be aware of thi or of the damage to crops that can result once it has passed through the horses and on to our soil. Are you able to check this yourselves?
Answered by Niall
on August 13th, 2019
Hi Marcus The Gee Up product is certified by the Organic Trust in Ireland as it is an Irish product. I am afraid i can't comment on the aminopryalids issue as it doesn't seem to be as big an issue in Ireland as it is in the UK. I will get in touch with Gee Up and see if we can get some more detailed information on this issue Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Julie Fung
on May 07th, 2019
Hi, a follow up questions: how much of Gee up or Envirogrind do I need to replenish nutrient for a 4ft sq bed? How are Gee up or Envirogrind different from the seaweed fertilizer/compost etc?
Answered by Niall
on May 08th, 2019
Hi Julie 1 x bag of either the Gee up or the Envirogrind will be plenty for that size of bed. The Seaweed fertilizer is a slow release product that you put on the soil surface and is more for bringing on plants already in ground. The Gee up and Envirogrind are for feeding the soil before planting. Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Julie
on May 06th, 2019
Hi, I have a raised bed from last year but hasn't been prepared yet. What step do I need to do to prepare it and what to put in? I did carrot, pak choi before in the bed. I am hoping to plant some onion, sweetcorn and trying doing tomato. Thanks.
Answered by Niall
on May 07th, 2019
Hi Julie Once the bed has been previously filled with soil all you will need to do is add nutrients. Gee up is very good for this or alternatively Envirogrind which is also on our site Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Mark Keeley
on September 24th, 2018
Hello, just wondering do you sell gee-up by the pallet ? If so how many bags on a pallet and what's the price ?
Answered by Niall
on September 24th, 2018
Hi Mark There are 60 on the pallet and you can take €1 off each bag for the pallet price Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Mal
on April 06th, 2018
Hello Building a new raised bed and putting this on the bottom - How many bags would you recommend per m2? Thanks
Answered by Niall
on April 06th, 2018
Hi Mal One bag per square metre is plenty Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By John O'Neill
on November 17th, 2017
I have recently planted Blueberries, red Gooseberries, Redcurrants and Blackcurrants in my fruit cage. Can I use this around the base of all the fruit bushes or should I avoid using it near the Blueberries? John O'Neill
Answered by Andrew
on November 20th, 2017
Hi John. You can use it exactly as you have stated and yes avoid putting it around the blueberries. You will need to use Ericaceous compost for that.
Asked By May Toner
on September 20th, 2017
Hello Andrew If I bought it now would it keep in the bags for a month or so as I have not dug out all our potatoes yet. Could I use it around plants growing in my polytunnel. I have swiss chard cabbage and brussel sprouts growing in my polytunnel. When I receive my onion sets that I ordered from you to be delivered later would it be good for them. I used your envirogrid earlier for my onions and I got great big onions. Best Regards May
Answered by Andrew
on September 21st, 2017
Hi May. The manure will keep in the bag for up to a year as the composting process has finished. This also makes it fine to use in the tunnel around your plants and it won't smell either. You can use it with your Onions May but you might be best to dig it in to the soil first for best effect.
Asked By ian
on August 24th, 2017
hi, I'm new to gardening and will be buying some gee-up manure. Could you tell me how long the manure in the bag, once opened, will last and where would be an appropriate place to store the bag? thank you
Answered by Andrew
on August 24th, 2017
Hi Ian. To be honest it doesn't really go off as the compost process has finished once it is in the bag so i guess use within 18/24 months at the latest. It will store fine outdoors. Once you don't leave it in a spot that is to hot it will be fine.
Asked By Ash
on June 25th, 2017
Hi, I see its organically certified am I to presume that the horses that made it are free from antibiotics ect and the feed that they graze on are guaranteed to be free from herbicides ect. There seems to be a problem with manure and it's true organic credentials causing crop problems. I would really like to find a product which I can be 100% assured is fine for organic growing. Thanks
Answered by Andrew
on June 27th, 2017
Hi Ash. I have checked with the manufacturer on this and they assure me that the product has full organic certification. This will mean that the grass they graze is totally free of Herbicides etc but even in an organic system animals are allowed an amount of Antibiotics so there could be trace elements but any organic system will only do this with a derogation from the Organic trust which is difficult to obtain.
Asked By Peter Synnott
on May 01st, 2017
I am interested in growing vegetables in containers do I need to add anything else to this mix once I transplant the seedlings or can I grow straight from this mix in containers
Answered by Andrew
on May 02nd, 2017
Hi Peter. It depends what you are growing but I would mix the manure 50/50 with compost to begin with. If you are growing particularly hungry crops like tomatoes or courgettes I would also add a generous handful of Seafeed seaweed and poultry manure pellets when planting. Bear in mind when growing in containers that they will need a lot of feed as you are expecting a lot from a relatively small growing space. I hope this helps. Andrew
Asked By Thelma
on April 04th, 2017
how soon can i plant after putting the manure down
Answered by Andrew
on April 05th, 2017
Hi Thelma. The Gee Up manure is very well composted so you can plant pretty much straight away. I would advise with manure to add it to the surface of the soil rather than dig in, that way if there are any over rich particles they won't do any harm. The worms and other soil life will incorporate the material into the soil over tme.
Asked By Christine vickers
on September 29th, 2016
How much soil does 40L treat?, novice gardner
Answered by Andrew
on September 29th, 2016
Hi Christine. 40 litres of Manure would normally be the right amount to dig in to a bed of 6ft x 3ft to build up the fertility in it however it depends on the type of crops you are going to put in the bed. Courgettes, Tomatoes etc will take a lot more whereas carrots, parsnips, salads etc a lot less.

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