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Mix 1-4” into the top 3-8” of your garden soil in the spring before planting.
Transplanting of Vegetables and Annuals
Mix ½-1 cup in transplanted hole
Spread 1” around plants and work into first 3” with cultivator every Spring.
Mix ¼ part with your potting soil, or mix with coarse sand, perlite or vermiculite to make your own potting mix.
Fruit Trees and Berries
New plant: Mix ¼ - ⅓ part with your garden soil in transplant hole.
Established plant: Mix 1-2” around circumference out to the drip line into the first 3” in Spring.
Mix 4-5 cups around plants and mix into first 3” in Spring.
New plant: Spread 1” over entire area to be seeded and rake in.
Established plant: Sprinkle ½” over entire lawn surface as a top dressing during Spring and Fall.
Beneficial microorganisms and rich nutrients in GROW-A-SACK© Compost boost plant development and growth.
GROW-A-SACK© A dark rich soil conditioner that is packed with nutrients. Mature compost created from "green waste," or organic material (leaves, fruit and vegetable waste) from local farmers and farm-to-table restaurants.
Excellent for gardens, landscaping, horticulture, agriculture, erosion control, land and stream reclamation.
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Delivery only, and is available in Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties. A delivery fee for each county applies: Miami Dade - $15, Broward - $20, and Palm Beach - $25.
Also sold at Litter River Cooperative.
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