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Organic Builds Life

At Kellogg Garden Products, Organic is more than a word on a label. Building Life – In the Soil, In Waterways, and In Communities – is what it means to us.  Every Kellogg Garden Organics and G&B Organics Soil and Fertilizer is OMRI Listed, compliant with the USDA’s National Organic Program (NOP).

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Family owned since 1925.

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Proven soils and fertilizers.

Your Organic Road Map

You’ve done your research and decided that organic gardening is the right choice for you. Now you’re ready to dig in and start growing.

What is Organic?

Organic gardening focuses not just on growing the biggest plants, but on nurturing the health of your garden’s entire ecosystem — particularly the soil. In fact, the success of your organic garden starts with the soil. Ideally, you want your soil to support a rich life of beneficial micro-organisms that promote plant growth.

Certified & Verified

Our products meet stringent National Organic Program (NOP) standards. Compliance with national standards is verified by two reputable outside agencies, one is the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) and the other is the California Department of Food and Agriculture’s Organic Input Material (OIM) program.

Choosing the right Soil

The success of your organic garden relies on the types of gardening products you use to help it grow and thrive. Your first step as an organic gardener will be to make sure your soil is optimized to grow your plants. Where to begin? Simply put: It starts with the soil.

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Life in the Soil

Learn what makes plants grow and how you can cultivate a thriving, sustainable garden – the natural way.

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