Product Bite: sustainable Bamboo Scoop•
Posted on 10 June 2020
What is the Bamboo Scoop:
The Bamboo Scoop is a generously proportioned tool for quickly filling pots, planters and seed trays. It is brilliant for planting seeds, potting on and even repotting. It has a life span of 3 to 5 years and is biodegradable and fully home compostable after use.
What's so special about it?
The material we make the scoop from is its real selling point. It is strong, sustainable bamboo with natural resin made from rice. This material is free from petroleum-based plastics and BPA and a great way to help reduce plastic in the garden. Another great reason to use one of these is filling pots can be a very messy operation with it spilling off the trowel. Holding 600ml at a time this wonderful sage green compost scoop will make the process simpler and far less messy. If you have a plastic scoop in your current kit then keep it until it wears out. However, if you are muddling by using a trowel or need to replace your plastic scoop though - this is the best choice.
Find out more:
See it in action: The scoop doesn't have its own video yet but it is made from the same material as our bamboo pots and seed trays. You can find out more about it including how to dispose of it after use over on our YouTube channel Bamboo Range
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