Formulated for all soil types, to be mixed with your native soil for in-ground planting.
KELLOGG GARDEN ORGANICS ALL NATURAL N’RICH SOIL ENRICHING CONDITIONER is formulated for all soil types. As a soil amendment, it should be mixed with your native soil for in-ground planting. Its woody texture helps establish strong roots and allow native soil to better retain moisture. By adding this great organic material to your soil, it forms small pockets for air and water to travel and helps loosen hard clay soils. Your bare root trees, lawns, flowers, and shrubs will all benefit from KELLOGG’S N’RICH. It can also be used as a stand-alone mulch to help retain moisture under trees, shrubs, and planting beds. KELLOGG’S N’RICH is a crafted mix of aged arbor fines, composted chicken manure and kelp meal that work together creating a terrific growing environment where all of your plants will thrive. We’re so confident that ALL NATURAL N’RICH SOIL ENRICHING CONDITIONER will make all of your plants healthier, brighter and more beautiful that we have a 100% satisfaction guarantee backing our products. Additionally, there are no harmful synthetic chemicals, making it safe for handling without the use of gloves or special tools.
INGREDIENTS: Aged recycled forest products, aged arbor fines, composted chicken manure, gypsum, dolomite & oyster shell limes (as pH adjusters), kelp meal
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 – 5.9 – 7.4
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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