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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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Product Overview

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

Specifications

Details

Bag Capacity/Dry Volume (cu. ft.)
2 cu ft
Ideal For Growing
Flowers,Fruits & Vegetables
Organic
Yes
Soil Matter
Organic
Soil Type
Potting

Warranty / Certifications

Mulch and Soil Council Certified
Yes

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
    out of 689 reviews
  • 68% recommend this product
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Perlite
I use it for all my raised beds because I have a high clay soil actually it's all clay the perlite in the mix helps the soil drain and resist the clay.
by RosiesFarm
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I have a small garden but it gives us a wonderful assortment of fruits and vegetables. I love th...
I have a small garden but it gives us a wonderful assortment of fruits and vegetables. I love this stuff!
by Hardworkingmom
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Pictures are worth a thousand words. I used this...
Pictures are worth a thousand words. I used this as my primary raised bed Potting Mix. View the image. Amazing product. Zucchini Squash Plant and other plants.
by Rufla
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No nitrogen
This was my first year using Kellogg’s raised bed mix exclusively in my grow bag vegetable garden. In the past I have used it but mixed it with other brands and existing soil on hand. I lost three zucchini and all my cucumbers due to a lack of nitrogen. My zucchini and cucumbers did not grow once I transplanted them into the Kellogg soil. They faded and lost color. Once my tomatoes started to exhibit the same symptoms, stunted and leaves changing color (purple and brown), I tested the pH of the soil to make sure that the nutrients were available for the plants. The pH was normal for vegetables. I ran soil tests for nitrogen, potassium, and potash (the macro nutrients needed for plants) on multiple pots and they all came back the same. No nitrogen (no color change on the test). I tested the soil in the bag with the same results. I tested another brand to be sure I was running the test correctly and it came back with a nitrogen reading. Kellog has plenty of potassium and potash. But nitrogen is needed for the plant to be able to photosynthesize and make food. I am now amending the soil with high nitrogen fertilizer and my plants are improving. I bought over 10 bags and this was an issue for all my plants. If you buy this, be ready to test and fix the soil.
by Lora
Response from Kellogg Garden ExpertJul 21, 2021
Thank you for your feedback. Unlike synthetic soil mixes, organic soils have a low NPK. 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. 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! KelloggGardenProducts
    1 person found this helpful
    I have 4 identical raised beds in my backyard. 2 of them have the Miracle-Gro Performance Organic...
    I have 4 identical raised beds in my backyard. 2 of them have the Miracle-Gro Performance Organics raised bed mix soil while the other 2 have Kellogg Garden Organics. I bought both soils from Home Depot at the same time and had identical plants planted in both beds. Two months and all my plants in the Kellogg bed are stunted, withering and have not grown at all. The same plants in the Miracle-Gro bed are thriving and extremely healthy - flowering and fruiting. There was no difference in the water or sun for all 4 beds. By comparing both soils, it is clear that the Kellogg soil is 50% mulch (as someone else has said in their review here). I do not know if that's good or bad but the outcome for me was this soil has ruined half of my yield for this year. I'm extremely disappointed in this soil and I'm going to request for a full refund.
    by Neil
    Response from Kellogg Garden ExpertJul 3, 2021
    Thank you for your feedback. We will have someone contact you to get additional information. KelloggGardenProducts
      1 person found this helpful
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      by HomeDepotCustomer
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      good soil to much mulch
      To much mulch thats the only issue i have great qaulity soil fruit and veggies came out ok i wanted them bigger for how much i took care of it but it depends on the nutrients you give you plants
      by alid
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        1 person found this helpful
        Full of fungus/mushrooms
        The soil was great at first. Garden plants grew very well. Then we started having a lot of rain and a new crop started growing in my vegetables. Very unhappy. Soil is obviously not treated to prevent nasty fungus growth.
        by texgard
          1 person found this helpful
          Japanese Beatles Grub Garden
          Started a raised garden bed from scratch with this dirt and now I have hundreds of these things everywhere. They are straight killers. My peppers and green beans have no chance for survival. And yes there is glass in the soil.
          by LaMar
          Response from Kellogg Garden ExpertApr 16, 2021
          All soils are composted to temperatures over 131 degrees for several weeks. This process kills any potential weed seeds, pests and pathogens. On occasion, pests will find their way into a bag of soil, but this is quite rare. KelloggGardenProducts
            3 people found this helpful
            Orgánica soils is the way to go! We’re been buying...
            Orgánica soils is the way to go! We’re been buying and using this organic soils for our plants because they are mixed with only organic fertilizers which are more richer in nutrients that the plants needs to grow up and get better size. Specially formulated to use in outdoor pots, baskets or raised beds. Plants grow bigger and better, and made for vegetables, herbs, perennials, annual plants. It’s really affordable and 1 bags can fill up to 4 pots or baskets of 12in.
            by MrPetero69
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            1 person found this helpful
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