A: Organic soils are not actually certified. However, they can be OMRI Listed (Organic Materials Review Institute) and OIM Approved (Organic Inout Materials) through California Dept of Food and Agriculture. Both entities adhere to the USDA National Organic Program guidelines for organic soils. All Kellogg Garden Organics soils are both OMRI Listed and OIM Approved.
A: All Natural Raised Bed & Potting Mix can be used to plant citrus trees in a container. We recommend mixing in Kellogg Garden Organics Fruit Tree Granular Fertilizer at the time of planting, following the directions on the label to provide a slow release of nutrients - reapplying every 5-6 weeks during the growing season.
A: I'm really not sure, but my best guess is yes. If still in doubt, you can research it or ask someone at Home Depot in the garden section.
A: Probably so, I used it in a raised bed for vegetables and it worked well. Keep in mind wisteria spreads like crazy.
A: It should. The PH Range of this mix is 5.8-7.3. So check what your plants grow best at & see if that range is good.
A: Raised Bed & Potting Mix will works well for planting both in large containers. While the Wisteria will not require a fertilizer, to support hydrangea blooms, we recommend adding an organic all purpose fertilizer at the time of planting.
A: Yes, had purchased this for my outdoor garden, smells awful but works wonderful
A: It is a soil and compost mix. Very dark. My plants are doing well.
A: I don’t really thing it has manure in this, I always add fertilizer whenever I use this soil, I like this one because it allows you to cover more ground for the best price vs spending way more on another soil and having to purchase more bags to cover the same amount of area.
A: I do not believe it has any manure in it, it just does not have any pesticides in it to kill any living weeds or plant spores.
A: It is mostly bark! Roots dont take well in my experience. Miracle grow and others have this new compressed soil that is just epic. They are in square or rectangle-shaped bags. I have never seen plants or veggie plants grow so quickly!
A: Potting soil or raised bed soil