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Alan TitchmarshIlkley's own Alan Titchmarsh wrote in his 'Dream Gardens' column in The Daily Express:

"A good source of trace elements is to apply Seer® Rockdust®. This relative newcomer is a by-product from the Scottish quarrying industry and is basically very ancient volcanic rock (420 million years old to be precise) that has been ground very finely.

It is full of trace elements and minor nutrients so a dose is as good as a tonic to hard-working soil it, too, is entirely natural. Apply it at any time of year but it's best used in autumn/winter at half-a-kg per square metre."

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