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Kellogg Garden Organics 2 cu. ft. Amend Garden Soil for Flowers and Vegetables
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Kellogg Garden Organics

2 cu. ft. Amend Garden Soil for Flowers and Vegetables

  • OMRI-listed Organic Garden Soil
  • Helps Loosen Compacted Soils
  • Mix with Native Soil for In-Ground Planting

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Kellogg Garden Organics Amend Garden Soil for Flowers and Vegetables promotes growth of vegetables and flowers as well as bedding plants and ground cover. Amend is designed to be mixed with your native soil for in-ground planting. Its nutrient rich formulation has added gypsum to help soften compacted soils, making work easier in the garden. This also improves soil drainage, making it easier for water to reach plant roots for healthier, more-lush growth. Adding a nutrient-rich organic garden soil like Amend to your native soil will help with better water penetration, requiring less watering in your garden. Use Kellogg Garden Organics Amend for your in-ground planting needs. Its formulation is Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) listed. You can be certain you are using a credible organic product in your garden. Look for the OMRI logo found on all Kellogg Garden Organics soils and fertilizers, giving you assurance you are using a product that is proven organic. Like all Kellogg products, Amend is safe for people and pets to be in contact with. No protective gloves or garments are necessary because there are no harmful synthetic chemicals. Since 1925, family owned and operated Kellogg Garden Products have been producing quality organic soils and fertilizers and is committed to using natural, earth friendly ingredients to create credible organic products for your garden.

  • Softens hard clay soil
  • Enriched with plant food and gypsum
  • Improves soil drainage
  • Bigger, brighter flowers and vegetables - guaranteed
  • All natural
  • 100% satisfaction guaranteed

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will this soil work without mixing it with other soil?

Asked by: gene
Gene: Kellog's Amend is not a soil it's a soil amendment you add to your soil for the depletion it underwent during you last crop. It's really great stuff and you do mix it in with the soil you have. It helps to replace a lot of the nutrients that were exhausted by your last crop and it adds fresh fibrous materials that help your soil retain moisture and nutrients. If you have poor soil this will make it better and if you have good soil it will improve it so that your plants will be bigger and more productive. I hope that helps, Hank
Answered by: Hank
Date published: 2017-04-03

Can this be used in the lawn?

I want to fill in bare spots. Can I put this down with the seed?
Asked by: Don
Don: To the best of my knowledge it's not designed for that. Before you plant, to improve the soil, I'm sure it would be beneficial but after the lawn is in I'd suggest you look at the Scott's offerings at The Home Depot. Using it on an established lawn with the approaching heat of summer all you might do is smother it. I hope that helps, Hank
Answered by: Hank
Date published: 2017-04-02

Can I use this in a raised garden bed?

Asked by: tediver
Tediver: I do in mine. I started out on a lot scraped out of clay and I purchased 3/4 of a dump truck load of top soil to fill my garden area blocked off about one foot deep. I grew mostly in the top soil but it eventually became an area of raised beds filled with Kellog's Amend, left over Miracle Grow Moisture Control Potting Mix, steer and chicken manure from my containers. As I get older and they get higher I don't have to do as much bending. For me it's a win win. A friend saw what I did and he did the same with Kellog's Amend, a less expensive brand of garden soil and manure but his garden is doing well. I hope this helps, Hank
Answered by: Hank
Date published: 2017-04-02

What is the maximum amount of amend I can use to mix with garden soil? 75% amend to 25% soil or bags of compost?

We made a box to grow vegies, one ft. tall, approx. 4'x8'. The bottom is wired for gophers, not wood. Not thinking the soil bags had to be mixed, we dumped mostly bags of amend with some bags of compost into the box. So i know it is too rich. Do we have to remove half of it?
Asked by: flower11
Flower11: Please don't fret. You haven't done anything the rest of us have already survived so your chances are still good. Depending on the type and quality of your soil I think that's going to determine how much you need to spread. I've become a fan of soil testing. Like you, I rotortill in a bag of Kellog's Amend and a bag of steer manure for each of my 4' by 8' raised beds each fall. I don't know where you live, but in southern California I can grow almost year around, ten to eleven months a year. With a little winter rest, by spring I'm in the green with almost all my testers and I usually add another bag of Amend without any problems just before I plant. If you haven't already, I'd suggest testing your soil for: pH and N-P-K. If you're within the safe zone I wouldn't worry. If you're a little low on the pH scale I wouldn't panic. Most nutrients are absorbed best in a slightly acidic environment and after feeding a few: tomatoes plants, artichokes, peppers and greens I'm sure you'll have brought the N-P-K readings down and raised the pH a bit. Soil is a wonderful buffer. I hope that helps, Hank
Answered by: Hank
Date published: 2017-04-03
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2 cu. ft. Amend Garden Soil for Flowers and Vegetables is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly Recommend I went last week to an adopt a tree event at Home Depot and had the pleasure of speaking to Adolfo. He was so pleasant and knowledgeable; was able to quickly educate and inform us on your amazing product. We took his advice and purchased what he recommend. It's now been 2 weeks and we have already seen an improvement: i highly recommen this soil for your flowers or vegetables.
Date published: 2017-04-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have 22 years of acquaintance with Kellog's Amend thanks to an Ag. teacher friend who recommend... I have 22 years of acquaintance with Kellog's Amend thanks to an Ag. teacher friend who recommended it because he claimed they didn't use reclaimed commercial sewage which often includes heavy metals which are detrimental to growing healthy fruits and vegetables. So if you're growing in worn out soil like me, gardening year around, or just unlucky enough to have poor soil to to start with, I don't think you can find a better soil amendment. I started out trying to grow vegetables in a tract house yard that was scraped clay but I couldn't grow anything but the heartiest of weeds. As per the Ag. teacher's advice, "Annually, I add, a bag of Kellog's Amend into what's mostly left over Miracle Grow Moisture Control Potting Mix in my raised garden beds. It has never failed to deliver a hearty harvest of fruits and vegetables that look and taste better than what you can buy at the grocery store. I strongly recommend it. Hank
Date published: 2017-04-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this... My first time using this blend 2as last year (summer of 2016). Used it for my herb garden and I grow a LOT of herbs for our rescue here. EVERYTHING I planted came up and did amazing. Definitely getting more of this for adding to my herb garden this year.
Date published: 2017-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for mulching So it isn't organic -- but it wasn't advertised that way. As a beginning gardener I used this to mix in my soil to enrich the preexisting. Once I noticed its mulch-like quality (and further information provided on this website confirms this) - I started using for the ground around my plants. Let me tell you. I have weeds. Every two days weeds. I can't take naps in the afternoon anymore because I need to weed every afternoon, weeds. But 50% of my garden is mulched with this product and not one SINGLE weed has poked it's head through. Slowly I am working this over my garden and although I have not read the previous review. It seemed terribly low for such a satisfying product. Mulch with it :}
Date published: 2012-03-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bugs I planted a new garden with this soil, never having any problems with bugs. Then I notice my new plants begin to turn brown on the bottoms of their leaves. So I take a closer look and see a ton of little mites all around my plants and all over the soil. I didn't know where they came from but when I went to go plant my Japanese maple tree several days later with my other bag of soil, I looked in and those very same bugs were in my new bag of Amend soil. All over! Didn't plant my tree sadly and now not sure how to get rid of all of these little bugs in my new garden.
Date published: 2016-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Forget the goofy hysteria I used this product to help breakdown some really tough California clay soil. It worked like a charm. It served as a great bed for the greatest lawn I've ever had.
Date published: 2013-01-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from OMRI Listed The *new* Amend is organic OMRI listed and does not contain sludge aka bio solids composted or otherwise. I still have a bag from two or three years ago and the label is not the same. The old Amend was not organic OMRI listed but the new one is. To get OMRI listing the product can not contain bio solids. I mix in the soil before planting tomatoes and then mulch with the same product. A little less wood in Amend and I would give it five stars. Good value when on sale.
Date published: 2014-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ranks #1 I've used Kellogg Amend for years. It not only has the best ingredients for plants but stays in the soil forever. I mix Kellogg Amend with Supersoil with great results. As a matter of fact, I'm on my way to Home Depot today to purchase several bags of Kellogg Amend. Shirley in Alpine, Calif.
Date published: 2012-04-19
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