Q: HOW CAN I USE COMPLETE COMPOST TO MEND MY SOIL?

A: For topdressing vegetable garden beds, apply a 2” layer of our Complete Compost. Either let it sit on top and let the biology work down into the soil, or till (if needed) to break down heavy, clay-based or compacted soil.

Q: HOW MUCH COMPOST DO I NEED FOR MY GARDEN?

A: Mix soil with Complete Compost at a 1:1 ratio. This means if you have 3 cups of soil for your planter, you should mix it with 3 cups of Complete Compost. If you purchase our Black Soil, you do not need to add Complete Compost. Our Black Soil is already a perfect blend of our premium potting soil with Complete Compost.

You can also use our handy dandy Compost Calculator below:

Q: CAN I RETURN AND/OR REFILL MY 1-CUBIC YARD SLING BAG?

A: Unfortunately, we are unable to refill any used sling bag. We work extremely hard to keep our compost pure & free of contaminants. We would put your new compost at risk by reusing the bag. Please keep the bag, rinse it out, and use it around your home for storage, collecting the leaves in the fall, storing kids beach toys, or any other creative use you can come up with!

Q: CAN I BUY IN BULK?

A: Unfortunately, our online sales are limited due to our small, buy mighty, operations. The select, quality feedstocks we use are limited. This limitation allows our operations to focus on making a high quality, premium compost unlike anything in our local market. If you’re interested in making a larger order contact us for special pricing.

Q: WHAT VEGGIES GROW BEST HERE IN CONNECTICUT?

A: We put together a super helpful PDF guide to answer this very question! You can DOWNLOAD IT HERE.

Q: CAN COMPLETE COMPOST BE USED IN A FLOWER GARDEN/LANDSCAPE?

A: Yes it can, and it should! It helps balance the soil to encourage maximum flower and landscape success. You can read all about the various uses for our Complete Compost, and how to use it specifically for landscaping by downloading our PDF guide HERE.

Q: HOW DO YOUR SOILS HOLD UP IN HEAVY RAIN?

A:  Many have asked this very question – especially in the rainy springtime of Connecticut. We had 4″+ of rain in CT the day before filming this video. Here is how our soil holds up to heavy rain… perfectly!