This is a good soil for filling low spots or dead spots and then adding the proper grass seed. Rake the seeds in slightly and then keep moist for several weeks. If this is a small spot you can also cover the area with burlap which will help to keep the moisture in should the sun and wind dry out the seeded soil.
No, no worm shells or worms or bugs of any kind.
I would not assume that unless it states that on the label.
The soil is a mixture with compost and some manure in it.
I think that this will work,it doesn't seem to float away when we get a heavy rain. My garden does well.
I picked it up myself- it’s 2 cu of dirt per bag - it’s heavy. No idea what delivery costs - sorry.
All garden soils, including All Natural Garden Soil, are formulated to be mixed 50:50 with native soil for in-ground planting. It is not formulated to be used as a stand-alone soil mix for raised bed or container gardening. We use aged wood fines in our soil mixes for three reasons – Better soil structure with its slightly larger particle size helps air and water penetrate deeper into the soil, allowing for better root development and overall plant health – Excellent food source for beneficial soil microbes which help plants resist pests and disease – A more sustainable resource benefiting the environment. No doubt, it does look different than conventional peat-based soil mixes. Since organic soil mixes have a low NPK, we recommend mixing in an organic granular fertilizer at the time of planting to provide a slow release of nutrients since these get used up by the plant over time. Edibles for example, are heavy feeders and will not produce a very good crop without adding nutrients through the growing season. Doing so will ensure consistent plant growth and yield. Apply every 5-6 weeks during the growing season. Supplement the granular fertilizer with an organic liquid fertilizer like Fish & Kelp every 2-3 weeks with your regular watering routine. This provides more immediate, plant-available nutrients. Using these two fertilizers in combination will yield the best results!
I used mine in raised bed boxes for a vegetable garden. I mixed some peat moss in to make it a little lighter. Everything seems to be growing well so far.