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We have the dirt for you

  

As you get ready to start your project in the yard, you may find yourself trying to figure out what soil and/or compost would be best for what you are trying to do. That’s what we are here for. We carry a wide variety of soils and compost to cover whatever your project may be. Below you will find what the differences are in each material as well as what we recommend using them for. 


Topsoil with Soil Conditioner:

*Sifted soil blended with composted leaves, barkfines and sand

This product is great for building up bed volume and making raised beds. Gardens such as vegetable, perennial, flowering shrubs and more benefit greatly from the looser texture improving/providing drainage and aeration in the soil while the organic material holds the nutrients proving for long term health in your flower beds.


Topsoil Compost Blend:

*A 50/50 mixture of our Topsoil with Soil Conditioner and Bio-Com Compost

This product is great for building up lawns and low areas where you need a heavier blend to give roots something to anchor into, while the added Bio-Com provides the reservoir to sustain nutrients needed for optimum plant growth and extended plant vigor.


Bio-Com Compost:

*100% recycled content, including (but not limited to) yard waste, paper, pre- and post-consumer food and food processing waste and biosolids. A great natural recycled product converting decomposed natural materials into a rich soil amendment.

This product is great for top dressing and tilling into your yard. It is also great for mixing in to flower and garden beds, and mixing in with new plantings such as trees, shrubs, annuals, perennials and much more.


Mushroom Compost:

*Is totally organic, moist mixture of wheat straw, peat moss, cottonseed meal, cottonseed hulls, corncobs, cocoa bean shells, gypsum, lime, chicken litter and/or horse stable bedding.

This product is great for top dressing and tilling into your yard. It is also great for mixing in to vegetable gardens, flower and garden beds, and mixing in with new plantings such as trees, shrubs, annuals, perennials and much more.


Organa Grow:

*Is composted leaves with a little bit of barkfines

This product is great for top dressing and tilling into your yard. It is also great for mixing in to vegetable gardens, flower and garden beds, and mixing in with new plantings such as trees, shrubs, annuals, perennials and much more.



Benefits of using compost:

· Lawns will establish faster and have stronger root development.

· Grass seed will germinate faster.

· Lawns will have darker color and be more resistant to diseases and insects as a result of being healthier in general.

· Plants will grow faster, bigger, and stronger in more productive soil.

· Healthier plants will produce more blooms, and also more fruit.

· Healthier plants are also more resistant to diseases and pests.

· Adding compost to soils improves air, water, nutrient, and root movement through the soil for both lawns and plants.

· Soils improved with compost will retain moisture and nutrients longer than un-improved soil. Nutrients are then more likely to be absorbed over longer periods of time.

· Improved nutrient uptake is beneficial to lawns and plants and is better for the environment.

· Adding composts to soils will improve the environment for soil organisms which contribute to good health and growth for both lawns and plants.

· Compost will generally assist in improving soil pH, contributing to improved nutrient uptake.

· Plants grown in depleted soils have fewer nutrients and fruit a reduced nutrient content.

· Lawns grown in depleted soils will be less vigorous, more prone to drought stress, diseases and insect damage.

· It is significantly easier for lawns to develop deeper roots in improved soils.

· Improved soil looks better, feels better, performs better, and is easier to work with.