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2 cu. ft. Raised Bed and Potting Mix Premium Outdoor Container Mix

  • For raised beds and large containers
  • Ready to use right from the bag
  • Made with sustainable, organic ingredients
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Kellogg Garden Organics Raised Bed and Potting Mix is specially formulated for raised beds and container gardening. This earthy mix creates a growing environment that is rich and nourishing for the entire plant. It helps to promote growth for vegetables, herbs and flowers that are specifically grown in raised beds or large containers. It provides your plants with natural and organic nutrients that help them get off to a good start. HOW TO USE: Kellogg Garden Organics Raised Bed and Potting Mix is ready to use, it does not need to be mixed with other soils, but if you have your very own special compost mix, you can add it too. Fill the container leaving 3-4 in.es from the top and wet the mix thoroughly with water. We recommend adding an organic granular fertilizer when you are preparing the soil for planting. Reapply fertilizer every 5-6 weeks during growing season. Supplement with an organic liquid fertilizer every 2-3 weeks with your regular watering routine for the best harvest yield.
  • It looks different - Formulated with organic ingredients like aged wood fines that help promote soil structure and reduced soil compaction
  • Wet thoroughly before planting
  • Edibles require nutrient replacement throughout the growing season, so don't forget to use an organic fertilizer at the time of planting and every 5 to 6 weeks thereafter
  • Plants look sad? Provide a quick Pick-Me-Up of plant nutrients by adding Kellogg's Fish & Kelp Organic Liquid Fertilizer with your regular watering routine and every 2-3 weeks.
  • Use Kellogg's Fish & Kelp Organic Liquid Fertilizer for a quick nutrient boost combined with Kellogg's Granular Organic Fertilizer for a slow-release of nutrients yield the best results.
  • How much water do I need? Water plants when the top 1"-2" soil surface is dry.



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Kellogg Organic Potting Soil from Home Depot
This stuff is horrible, I thought it was going to be a really good soil for my vegetables and my flowers. I planted 89 pots and 2 large vegetable trugs with this stuff.18 vegetable plants out of those in April, We have had some cherry tomatoes and tomatoes but they are turning yellow and dying out.We’ve had 8 strawberries out of 3 plants.1 jalapeño never completely developed. 4 radishes that never fully formed,1 tiny tomatillo that never finished growing. No cucumber’s, no zucchini, no yellow neck squash, lettuce that has stayed the same size, 2 honeydew melons that are still growing from one plant and we have 2, but none on the other. Carrots aren’t forming, cilantro died, flowers died. Flowers that the color is pale from what it was when I bought them, stems are all yellow. I read in other reviews that people found that the soil lacks nutrients.Tomorrow I’m taking my soil in to a lab to get tested. I have bought over 45 bags of Kellogg brand and I filled all my existing pots, now they are dying also. Plants I have had for years. This makes me sick. I must have spent close $1,000 this year on plants, 1/2 barrels, soil, feed, lime oil, etc. Oh, I also have fungus growing in some of the pots. I’ve never had any of these issues in my years of gardening. I have done everything the same as I’ve always done. When I get that report I’m taking it to HD and requesting a full refund for the soil and expect them to reimburse me for the loss of plants. If anyone else is having the same issues please say something. It’s NOT YOU, ITS THE SOIL!! They cannot sell bad soil and get away with it. I cannot be the only person to have gotten stuck with rotten batches of soil. I have been so frustrated and upset with my garden and flowers, trying to figure out what I was doing wrong until I read the reviews and what others have gone through and knew it wasn’t just me. At least I didn’t get cut with glass in my soil or my grandkids when they helped. They are selling a bad product. Tell your story, please. KSL July 31,2022
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Response from Kellogg Garden ExpertAug 1, 2022
Yellowing leaves and stems are an indication the plants have used up the nutrients and those nutrients need to be replaced with regular fertilizing. We like to recommend adding 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. Veggie plants 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. KelloggGardenProducts
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    Darn good soil mix. Yessir.
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    Potting soil
    I purchased this to use in my pallet vertical gardens. I made one for Herbs and one for strawberries. It is working very well.
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    • Recommended
    My garden thrives on Kelloggs soil! I have fantastic results everytime! I would've use any other.
    Best soil by far, great results
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    • Recommended
    Great for dry desert areas
    Works as intended, just added some extra perlite and good to go. I use it for my wine barrels and pots.
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      Save money and make your own mix!
      I always buy the Raised Bed Mix instead of regular potting soil. It's cheaper and easily amended. I add perlite and bone meal or organic fertilizer. My plants thrive in this stuff!
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      1 found this review helpful
      I love using this compost, I find that it provides...
      I love using this compost, I find that it provides my seedlings and garden beds the perfect amount of nutrients to provide healthy plant.
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        Raised planter soil
        The soil is a rich black gold and seems to be working very well with all my raised planter vegetables. For the price very impressed with the quality soil.
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        3 found this review helpful
        You gotta use it!!!
        Good stuff there...don't wait to use it!
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        • Recommended
        A lot of wood and mulch, I used this as...
        A lot of wood and mulch, I used this as fill before adding a few inches of higher grade mix.
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