The perfect topdressing and soil amendment for your lawn, made with natural ingredients.
Kellogg garden organics all natural topper is the perfect for your lawn. If you’re laying down sod, seeding a new lawn, or over-seeding your lawn, you can trust all natural topper to deliver a greener, denser turf. All Natural Topper is enriched with a starter fertilizer to help new lawns get off to a good start and improve existing lawns with a nice boost. All Natural Topper also helps with moisture retention so water will drain deep into the soil to encourage deep root growth. This promotes a strong, healthy lawn, and a healthy lawn means less weeds and pests. We stand behind our product with our 100% guarantee that you’ll grow a thicker, greener lawn. And you can rest assured that your pets and children can walk and play on your lawn because our products don’t contain harmful chemicals.
INGREDIENTS: This product is regionally formulated with organic materials (including one or more of the following: Processed Forest Products, Recycled Forest Products, Arbor Fines, Peat Humus, Sphagnum Peat Moss or Compost), Composted Poultry Manure and Organic Fertilizer. In Georgia, this product contains: 85-95% processed forest products, composted poultry manure, and organic fertilizer. In Texas, this product contains: recycled forest products, composted poultry manure, and organic fertilizer.
All of our products are listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI), the leading non-profit, internationally recognized third party accredited by the USDA’s National Organic Program (NOP). That means every ingredient and every process that goes into making our products has been verified 100% compliant as organic, all the way to the original source. Look for the OMRI logo on the bag, ensuring every product is proven organic.
pH Range – 6.0 – 7.3
Quarts of Soil Equals One Cubic Foot
Liter of Soil Equals One Quart
Pound of Soil is in One Quart
Cubic Ft. of Soil is Needed for a 12 ft. x 4 ft. x 12 in. Raised Bed
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