Vego Garden Finishing Soil

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So, what Is Finishing Soil? To put it simply, it’s the only soil you need for planters and a topper soil for raised beds. Much like the upper crust of the Earth, it is richer than your average garden bed soil, providing a more ideal growing environment for the root zone of your plants. It’s just another way to give your garden room to grow with Vego Garden!

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Vego Garden Finishing Soil

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1.5 cubic feet
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Finishing Soil Highlight

Highlights

  • Custom blended, designer soil made with premium ingredients
  • Ready to go and ready to grow! This soil is immediately ready for planting.
  • Ingredients like perlite, sand, compost, coir and more help improve drainage for healthier plants.
  • Our finishing soil keeps regenerating and improving over time. 
  • Recycled Ingredients - includes both what was regenerated into the soil and what the soil later regenerates.
  • No artificial ingredients or fillers
  • Made with raised beds & planters in mind

Ingredients

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Leaf Mold
Compost
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Fungal Compost
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Perlite
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Composted
Coco Coir
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Aged Pine Bark
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Cottonseed
Meal
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Gypsum
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Basalt Sand
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Humates
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Agricultural Molasses
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Worm Castings
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Biochar

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What Exactly is Biochar

What Exactly is Biochar?

Biochar is a carbon-enriched biomaterial made by burning organic material in an oxygen limited process called pyrolysis. It can enhance your soil by increasing water retention, improving soil structure, and promoting soil nutrient bioavailability. The production of biochar is also a carbon-negative process, securing and storing carbon and reducing CO2 emissions. This is another great way to improve soil health and increase sustainability.

Essentials

Soil & Amendments

Boost your garden with our essentials: Organic Worm Castings, Straw Mulch, Finishing Soil, and Slow Release Fertilizer. Nurture your plants naturally.