I have been working with my In-Laws composting <strong>for over a decade now</strong> and we have figured a few things out.
We treat our compost and our composting process like a fine wine; it comes down to using good stable ingredients and how you work with those ingredients over the years. I did say years, two years to be exact! We do not even send our compost to be tested until it smells like sweet earth, “your nose knows”.
When we compost for this long in our process with our ingredients (fish by-product and bark organics from the logging industry) this is where our SEA SOIL compost can be used as a soil on its own or as an organic amender! This can be hard to believe because the old time gardeners have told us to use only small percentages of any compost i.e. mushroom or manure compost in our gardens; it’s different from now on.
I plant my tomatoes in pots with 100% SEA SOIL and I do not have to fertilize at all! The only thing is I have to water less because our compost retains moisture very well when used 100%.
I use our SEA SOIL compost in all my gardening from as much as 100% down to 5% in a cactus blend I made up and in a seed starter I made from scratch. We started with organic compost and then figured out quickly we had a lot more than that.
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Not the Landfill. All of our bags, pallets and pallet wrap can be recycled. Our plastic is made from no. 4 LDPE (Low-density polyethylene) plastic which can be recycled by returning clean, dry, empty plastic bags to recycling drop off centers or retailers and municipalities (curbside collection also) that provide designated plastic bag recycling. Wooden pallets can be reused or recycled at designated wood recycling areas with your municipality.
We believe that all soils should have a required minimum set of testing standards when it comes to growing. That is why we contacted O.M.R.I. years ago to start the process of approving SEA SOIL. We regularly test our SEA SOIL for heavy metals, ecoli and even fecal coliforms to make sure SEA SOIL is the best choice for gardeners and growers.