This complete soil mix is exactly what your garden needs. Our potting soil mix starts with our worm castings and a balanced amount of nutrients and minerals formulated on the Clackamas Coot recipe and philosophy, "If everything a plant needs is in the soil, than everything else takes care of itself."
We have done all the work for you! This stuff is mixed fresh and delivered free, in 1 yard (27 cubic feet) and 1/2 yard bulk quantities and in 2 cubic feet bags. All you need to do is add this to your pots, containers or raised bed gardens and water. Your favorite flowers, vegetables and plants will have just been given the home they need to thrive.
This product is only available for local delivery in Orlando, FL. If you live in Central Floria, add this to your cart and you will be given directions at checkout.
We mix this premium potting soil fresh upon your order. Because of this, we just ask that you gives a 2-4 business days to complete your order. We want you to know that you're getting the best so we provided a detailed list below. In theory, you could formulate this potting mix on your own but we decided to do the hard work for you because we want to see more and more people adopt gardening and growing food as a lifestyle.
The Clackamas Coot Mix
Here is the recipe for my personal potting soil mix and this will make 1 cubic foot (which is just a little over 7 gallons).
You'll need a 5-gallon bucket, like the ones you can get at Home Depot. We’ll use this to measure out our base ingredients, which isn’t a long list. This was created for new gardeners so there’s nothing o worry about - it’s easy!
You’ll notice that the soil has a very rich smell like the floor in a forest - humus!
This exact recipe has been used by hundreds and hundreds around the USA and it grows in popularity every year as friends tell friends about what it did for their gardens.
"This mix is perfect for starting seeds or for planting seedlings or transplants that you buy at shows." -Clackamas Coot
Fundamentally IPM is creating a complete management system for indoor/outdoor growing
UC Davis Defines IPM as:
“Integrated pest management (IPM) is an ecosystem-based strategy that focuses on long-term prevention of pests or their damage through a combination of techniques such as biological control, habitat manipulation, modification of cultural practices, and use of resistant varieties. Pesticides are used only after monitoring indicates they are needed according to established guidelines, and treatments are made with the goal o removing only the target organism. Pest control materials are selected and applied in a manner that minimizes risks to human health, beneficial organisms, and the environment.”
If your interested in implementing this in your garden, be sure to check out our comprehensive instructions.