G&B Organics

G&B Organics Soil Building Conditioner

3 cu. ft. (84.9L) bag

Soil Application Video

G&B Organics

G&B Organics Soil Building Conditioner

3 cu. ft. (84.9L) bag

Details

Great for breaking up hard clay soils to improve drainage.

  • Improves drainage
  • Promotes root development with added mycorrhizae
  • Can be used for mulching and top-dressing

Application rate
1.5 CF – Covers 9 sq ft with a 1 inch layer
3.0 CF – Covers 18 sq ft with 1 inch layer

pH Range 5.9 – 7.4

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Find in Stores

Only available in AZ, CA, HI, ID, OR, NV, UT, WA.

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Ingredients

Recycled forest products, arbor fines, composted chicken manure, gypsum, oyster shell & dolomite limes (as pH adjusters), vermicompost, bat guano, kelp meal, Mycorrhizae.

Best Uses in the Garden

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Annuals & Perennials

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Flower Gardens

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In-Ground Planting

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Container Gardening

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Enriching Soil

Designed to enrich your native soil.

Containing no harmful synthetic chemicals, this all-purpose mulch and soil amendment mixes with your native soil to help loosen clay and adds mycorrhizae for strong root development to help plants grow full and lush. Mix it with native soil and use it for a variety of flowers, shrubs and trees. Adding G&B ORGANICS SOIL BUILDING CONDITIONER to your soil helps aerate it, allowing it to retain water more efficiently. You can also use G&B ORGANICS SOIL BUILDING CONDITIONER as a mulch on top of the soil for additional water conservation, keeping the soil cool and moist.

PROVEN ORGANIC

G&B Organics Soil Building Conditioner is listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI), the leading non-profit, internationally recognized material review organization accredited by the USDA Quality Assessment Division. Every ingredient and every process that goes into making G&B Organics Soil Building Conditioner have been verified 100% compliant for organic use, all the way to the original source.

Download OMRI Certificate

Regitered Organic Input Material certified CDFA
OMRI Listed for Organic Use Seal

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