Course cow manure. 4 months to 1 year old. It?s unscreened and can have some hay or dirt in it. It comes from grass fed beef cattle. It needs to be mixed with soil. It?s meant to be additional nutrients to gardens. We recommend mixing 30%- 50% with field loam to get a good garden material base. It is not certified organic, but it comes from our own farm.
Dark black in color. It can not be used on its own. It's too rich, and it will burn up seeds or plants. It's needs to be mixed 1 to 2 ratio with other base materials. It's great to put around root balls of trees. We recommend spreading 1 to 2 inches deep on gardens and Rototill in soil. It's like adding fertilizer to the ground.
1/3 sand, 1/3 field loam, 1/3 compost, mixed with screened 1? minus. Its an excellent for lawns and a good base soil for flower beds. It's easy to install and handle. Doesn't pack or get sticky like field loam unless its moist or wet. Grass/ plants grow quickly. It's the best bang for your buck.
Municipal compost is used. It is tested and regulated by state. Botanical gardens in boothbay has used this compost in there gardens.