Organic Top Soil

We have a 25-acre farm located on soil-rich agriculture land. The property was a cattle grazing pasture for 64 years so it is rich in composted cow manure and aged. We have gone down 10.5 feet and there is still rich soil below. We can custom mix it with black cinder to provide the perfect soil mix that drains well. The black cinder breaks up the soil and is a perfect place for the micro-organisms to reside to keep your soil healthy and balanced. Perfect for gardens, raised greenhouse beds, lawns and much more. We even have our Hawaiian Volcanic Organic Fertilizer you can add to make it the best growing media for your vegetables, fruits and herbs. Also great for lawns and flower gardens. Only $50 per 27 cubic feet. Bring your truck by and we will load it for you, or we have delivery service.

Soil Analysis

For Sale Great Top Soil – from our Organic Farm – 64 years of cattle grazing produced the Perfect Top Soil – Organic Matter is 29.3%. Zero arsenic. Lots of aged cow poo with calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, Phosphate Iron, Nitrate, Nitrite, NH4, and Ammonium (these last 5 make natural Ammonium Sulfate. pH of 5.47. University of Hawaii Soil Analysis on file.

Ca = calcium
Calcium is essential for the formation of roots, stems and new growth in plants. The nutrient forms calcium pectate, which plants use to construct cell walls and membranes. Consequently, calcium helps provide plants’ rigidity. Plants also use calcium to create carbohydrates like cellulose and starch. Good levels in our Top Soil – 117.4 mg/kg

Mg = Magnesium
Magnesium in the garden is a vital plant nutrient that helps seeds germinate better, prompts plants to produce flower and fruiting buds, roses to grow new canes, and promotes overall health of most plants by aiding in the absorption of other nutrients Good levels in our Top Soil – 55.4 mg/kg

Na = Sodium
Is sodium good for the garden?
Function. Sodium can be used in small quantities, similar to micronutrients, to aid in metabolism and synthesis of chlorophyll. Small levels in our Top Soil – 25.7 mg/kg

K = Potassium
Potassium (K) is an essential element for plant growth it is important to food crops. Potassium, often called potash, helps plants use water and resist drought and enhances fruits and vegetables. Good levels in our Top Soil – 73.4 mg/kg

Phosphorus is the nutrient that aids root development, flowering and fruit production. This makes it especially important for flowers, fruit trees and vegetables. It’s also the most important ingredient in bloom booster formulas, which encourage flowering plants to produce blossoms. Smaller levels in our Top Soil – 25.7 mg/kg. We would suggest supplementing.

Nitrate (NO3) and Nitrite (NO2) + NH4 + Ammonium
Using ammonium nitrate in gardens and large-scale agricultural fields enhances plant growth and provides a ready supply of nitrogen from which plants can draw from. Good levels in our Top Soil – 38.14 mg/kg

pH of Soil
Our pH is 5.47
Vegetables, grasses and most ornamentals do best in slightly acidic soils (pH 5.8 to 6.5). Soil pH values above or below these ranges may result in less vigorous growth and nutrient deficiencies. Nutrients for healthy plant growth are divided into three categories: primary, secondary and micronutrients. We suggest adding a small amount of Dolomite.

Our Hawaiian Volcanic Organic Fertilizer contains Dolomite
plus: Biochar (35%) + Sundried Cow Manure (20%) + Spent Organic Coffee Grounds (15%)+ Silicone Minerals (20%) + Dolomite (10%) Black Cinder – is available to add to the Top Soil to make it more aerated and a place for beneficial micro-organisms to develop. Plus we treat our Organic Compost with EM1 Micro-Organisms.

Organic Matter
Great levels in our Top Soil – 29.3%

Top-Quality Organic Topsoil at $75 a yard with or without black cinder. Organic Compost & Fertilizer. Organic & Heirloom seeds, Starter plants. SuperThrive for germinating & transplanting. Oasis seed cubes. Coconut Coir & Chips. We provide everything for the home gardener.

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