MAR 24 2020

Covid-19 UPDATE

We want to first thank you for your patience during this very challenging situation and provide you with an update on our response to the COVID-19 health emergency. At this time, we will continue to schedule deliveries, load materials and receive green waste and wood recyclables at our facility per

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MAR 16 2020

Spring clean up

We understand that the world is in a chaotic and crazy state of mind with Covid-19 spreading as fast as it has been and as the world begins to shut down around us, we would like to offer some advice and maybe a positive outlook to help you through it.  We are

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MAR 09 2020

Spring Bucket List

Plant Something Visit a local nursery or greenhouse and find a new plant for this season. You can choose something that goes with your current landscape or you can find a nice indoor option. A few local places that we recommend would be Fahr Greenhouse, Passiglia’s Nursery and Baxter Gardens.

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MAR 02 2020

Gardening Goals

Gardening may seem like a chore to many people, most may even hire others to do the task, but for those of us who love to get our hands dirty, it can be a rewarding, blissful experience. Just loving to garden isn’t always enough though, it’s the steps you take

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JUL 15 2019

Mushrooms in my Mulch

As is so typical in mid- to late summer, prolonged rainy weather has left most of us looking at soils and garden beds that range from wet to waterlogged. After an extended period of daily or almost-daily rainfall, we typically see mushrooms popping up everywhere. The vast majority of fungi do

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APR 19 2019

STA Certified

Our Grow Green Compost is now STA Certified.   The US Composting Council’s Seal of Testing Assurance Program (‘STA’) is a compost testing, labeling and information disclosure program designed to give you the information you need to get the maximum benefit from the use of compost. Our compost is tested

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MAR 29 2019

Spring Clean Up

6 Steps to getting your garden back into shape.   Remove Debris- Start your clean-up efforts by picking up larger items in the yard like fallen tree branches, then move on to raking up the dead leaves and remaining twigs. If you use a metal rake you can remove dead

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MAR 12 2019

Applying your Grow Green Compost

  APPLYING YOUR COMPOST Grow Green Compost is all natural. Adding compost to your garden or lawn reduces the need for fertilizer, helps regulate soil pH, and improves moisture retention. Compost incorporation prior to turf establishment: Grow Green Compost applied to the soil surface at a rate between a one

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