The Soul of Your Soil


Compost is the Soul of our Soil.

Compost Facility
Our compost comes from OMRI approved facility

Compost is decomposed natural material. Composting is a natural process of recycling organic material in a way to speed up nature’s natural process of creating this Organic Black Gold. Nature takes nearly 500 years to create only a few inches of this miracle soil!

With the help of men, we can speed up the process and utilize this precious gift of the Divine!

Compost should be added each planting season to refresh the microbes that live in the soil for a variety of beneficial reasons (see below!)

Compost rich in beneficial microbes
Compost is rich in beneficial microbes necessary for the health of your soil

The ground’s generosity takes in our compost and grows beauty! Try to be more like the ground.


16 Reasons why Compost is AMAZING:

      1. It improves the soil structure by causing mineral particles in your soil to naturally clump together.
      2. It improves soil’s ability to hold moisture, which means less watering.
      3. It improves soil aeration and the ability to carry oxygen to your plant’s roots.
      4. It increases the number of beneficial microorganisms and worms in your soil.
      5. It has the ability to neutralize acidic soils and acidify alkaline soils.
      6. It has the ability to consume harmful fungi spores if present.
      7. It introduces backtrace elements often hard to add, and in the right amounts for your soil.
      8. It kills harmful pathogens and some fungal spores in your soil, which keeps your plants and garden healthy.
      9. It creates a healthy environment for healthy plants to thrive and inhibits weed growth.
      10. It reduces greenhouse gases.
      11. It improves soil quality and nutrient capacity.
      12. It helps clean up contaminated soil.
      13. Binds heavy metal contaminants so not taken up by plants.
      14. Filters air and water of contaminants.
      15. Erosion prevention on roadways, mine slopes, clear-cut hillsides, etc.
      16. Degrades, and in some cases eliminates, toxic chlorinated and non-chlorinated hydrocarbons, explosives, wood preservatives, pesticides, and petroleum product contamination in soils.

If you want to learn more about Landscape Soil Health, you can visit Cornell University Cooperative Extension’s site and download their pocket guide.

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