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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by CarlB Vertical Garden with Miracle Grow
I installed a vertical garden over the Memorial Holiday weekend on our side yard (facing east), I drilled 2" holes on both sides of the pipe with 6" spacing and I cut the pipes to 92"and filled with Miraclegrow. I plan on planning more strawberries, lettuce, peas, basil etc, with the 10 pipes we have 140 plant positions (see attached pics),
this product is very easy to work with and rigid enough to stand up to my needs, (we tested one pipe for 3 weeks and we have red, yellow and green pepper growing with strawberries at the bottom.
June 6, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by TxGardener Good for outdoors
I have to laugh when I read the reviews that talk about how terrible this is for houseplants, etc. The packaging and online description clearly states that it is for OUTDOOR use. If you want something for houseplants, get potting soil instead. This garden soil works great when used as intended. I am planning on buying more this weekend.
March 20, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by TedRak Misleading label
It says "garden soil" on the bag, but, now I read the small print and my 2'X8' raised garden is doomed. I bought 18 large bags, not realizing that I was buying an amendment and not "SOIL." Very disappointed in your labeling. What do I do now, Yuk?
February 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by Laurier Great addition to vegetable beds
I mixed this with my native soil and added some organic matter. All seeds are spouted within a week and growing vigorously. No odor, easy to use and conveniently packaged.
March 11, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by DanetteW Gnats in potting soil
I have used MG moisture control for a long time and never had a problem. This past spring I repotted nine 24" indoor tree pots and all my smaller indoor pots (15) since they were growing so well with your soil. I am not sure if it was because I bought the big bags this time or what, but I now have been trying to exterminate these gnats from my newly built dream home with no luck since spring. I have tried mixing in peroxide with the water. I have tried water with soap and red wine to catch adults. I have tried fly strips. I have tried not watering until my plants start drooping, and now I have bought perilite and put an inch or more over the soil to try and kill them off for the past month. I think there are less but they are still all over. My last thought is to cover the dirt all around the plants with plastic wrap to try and kill them off but I don't want them looking awful for friends and family to see at Christmas. This is very embarrassing for me when we have company. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE tell me how I can get rid of these things!!!!!!! This issue is changing the way I feel about the product. I hate to have to repot all of my plants to get rid of this problem. Please let me know what I can do. I am running out of ideas. I realize they are not a huge harm to my plants but they are a disgusting result from using your product in my home . I have never had an issue with these gnats in your product until this past year. Something has had to of changed.
December 14, 2014