Growing healthy soil, a healthy Earth and a healthy garden can be as simple as adding compost and other organic amendments to your soil. By improving your soil, you will beautify your garden, cut your water bill, improve water quality in our creeks, rivers and streams and reduce some of the hard work in the garden. The mix of living and dead organic matter in compost, which supports the complex web of soil life, will keep your soil loose, well-drained and fertile while storing moisture. The slow release properties of compost provide an investment in your garden over time, producing healthy soil.
Examples of natural soil improvement include:
Vegetable Gardens - Growing healthy vegetables requires healthy soil with the right mix of organics and sandy loam.
Topdressing - Great for turf maintenance programs and installing raised beds. CBM Compost or CBM Topdressing is spread over a lawn to add microbes and organic nutrients to keep it looking green and thick. Turf quality and vigor improves, resistance to stress is enhanced.