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Compost & Soil Products in Whatcom County, WA

 

Compost

 
  • Adds organic matter to soil
  • Provides macro and micro organism to improve plant growth
 
  • Improves water management in all soils
  • Lightens heavy clay soils
 
 

Common uses for compost include:

 
Soil Amendment
Till 2-4” of compost into the top six inches of existing soil to increase organic matter and improve water retention.
 
Mulch
Rake or blow a 2” cover over existing beds for weed control, to protect root zones and increase water retention.
 
Planting Soil Mixes
We blend compost with our native, free draining, Nooksack Valley Sandy Loam and Sands to manufacture a number of rich soil blends.
 
 
 
*All of our composts are heated to temperatures exceeding 150 degrees to kill weed seed & pathogens.
 
 
 
 

GET Compost

 
 
GET Compost is made from yard debris and food scraps recycled by Whatcom County residents and contractors. After processing, it is screened to 1/2” and tested to meet US Compost Council and State Standards. Yard debris compost provides slow nutrient release into soils and works as a water infiltrator.

Cost: $23.00/yard, including sales tax.
 
Compost — Compost & Soil Products in Whatcom County, WA
 
 

NW Blend Compost

 
A blend of GET Compost and Dairy Solid Compost. This mix provides both immediate and long term nutritional support to landscapes and vegetables. The dairy solids come from Whatcom County dairymen. This mix benefits your garden and landscape, and is a sustainable product for local jobs and our economy!

Cost: $26.00/yard, including sales tax.
 
Compost with Vegestables — Compost & Soil Products in Whatcom County, WA
 
 
 
 

Topsoil Mixes

 
Garden — Compost & Soil Products in Whatcom County, WA
 
 

Lawn and Garden Mix

 
Manufactured soil; designed for the Northwest climate, rich in organic material and free draining mineral soils to provide stability for plant and grass roots while still light and loose for vegetables.

Content – Made of sandy loam topsoil, clean sand and compost materials are screened to 1/2”.

Uses – new and existing lawns and garden beds.

Benefits of our Lawn & Garden Mix:

  • Stays loose and free draining—easy to maintain
  • New lawns plantings green up quickly
  • Rakes out easily
  • Good balance of Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium
  • pH and microelements are desirable and require no chemical adjustment
  • Mole resistant

Care - Added fertilizers should be low in in potassium (K).

Cost: $26.00/yard, including sales tax.
 
Soil — Compost & Soil Products in Whatcom County, WA
 
 

Two Way Topsoil

 
A nice amended sandy loam topsoil, good for most gardening uses. Retains more moisture than the Lawn & Garden Mix. Good balanced Sandy Loam soil.

Content – Loamy Sand & Green Earth Technology Compost blended/screened to ½”

Uses – Raised beds and general garden uses.

Benefits of our Two Way Topsoil:

  • Good balance of Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium
  • pH and microelements are desirable and require no chemical adjustment.
  • Minimal degradation of the organic fraction keeps raised bed from substantial shrinkage.
Care - Fertilizer or organic amendments should be incorporated in future growing seasons to replace the organic portion that was taken up by plants.

Cost: $26.50/yard, including sales tax.
 
Flower Planting — Compost & Soil Products in Whatcom County, WA
 
 

Garden Planting Mix

 
Dominant percentage of organic material retains moisture and gives flowerbeds a good nutrient base.

Content – Aged sawdust, composted cow manure solids, screened sandy loam topsoil.

Uses – Flower and planting beds. Because a significant portion of this mix is comprised of organic materials, it will “shrink” through natural biological activity. Therefore, it is not recommended to be used in lawns or other applications where grade needs to be maintained.

Benefits of our Garden Planting Mix:
  • Good balance of Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium
  • pH and microelements are desirable and require no chemical adjustment.
Care - Fertilizer or organic amendments should be incorporated in future growing seasons to replace the organic portion that was taken up by plants.

Cost: $26/yard, including sales tax.
 
 
Farmer lay down soil — Compost & Soil Products in Whatcom County, WA

50:50 mix

Equal parts coarse Sand blended and Green Earth Technology (GET) compost.

Uses – Excellent for use where clay soils are prevalent. Improves drainage and adds rich organics.

Cost: $23.00/yard, including sales tax.
 
Farmer get soil — Compost & Soil Products in Whatcom County, WA

GET Soil (Amended Topsoil)

Equal parts Sandy Loam Topsoil and Green Earth Technology (GET) compost amendment.

Uses – Rich compost mix soil intended for use in sandy and drier environments.

Cost: $26.50/yard, including sales tax.
 
Contact Green Earth Technology in Lynden, Washington to learn more about our composting services today!