A: Organic soil is similar to a good wine - the longer it ages, the better it becomes. There is no expiration date. The date you see is when it was produced. Store in a cool, dry location and it will be ready when you're ready.
A: Length: 23 ½ Width: 16 ½ Depth: 8 ½
A: Maybe this was a misspelling, but it works as a good potting soil and feeds the plants for a few months.u
A: No, this soil is not made to be used in pots. It’s great for ground soil, but not so much for potted plants.
A: Kellogg All Natural Garden Soil is intended for in-ground planting to be mixed with your native soil 50:50. Our Potting Mix would be more suitable for tour potted plants.
A: Thank you for your feedback. If you find what looks like white or gray mold inside a newly opened bag of organic soil, don’t be alarmed. It’s actually a good thing! It proves there is life in the soil. Much of the success of your plants depends on the health of the microbial community in the soil they’re planted. During the composting process, we encourage the growth of some beneficial microbial species in our soils. Some of these species are fungi, they help your plants by eating any decaying organic matter and making the nutrients in it available for plants. The white or gray “mold” is a Saprophyte, which is what is naturally found on the forest floor. They play an important part in the ongoing process of decomposition of organic matter – just like in the forest. The presence of saprophytes is an indication of plenty of nutrients which help aid in pest and disease resistance and healthy plant growth. When the moisture content inside a bag of soil becomes higher than normal – perhaps due to a few days of rain – these fungi will gather around the inside layer of the bag. It is not harmful to humans or plants. Once the bag is opened and the soil contents are exposed to sun and air, the saprophytes will disappear.
A: Just bring it back and exchange it. Better safe than sorry!
A: This was the 2nd bag so I couldn?t dig it all out at this point. Every single plant I put in there did not thrive, they all died within days. All my other beds are flourishing. Now I have tons of mushrooms popping up and I?m grossed out and confused.
A: I use this stuff almost exclusively and have never had maggots or mold. Didn't you notice before you put it all in the garden? What did the store say?
A: Neither of those things should have been in the bag. I would notify the store and get the bag replaced. If already used, it won’t harm your garden. Birds will take care of the maggots and the air will eliminate the mold in a few days.
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