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Good compost source for Texans

Post  kamigh on 3/30/2015, 1:48 pm

Just wanted to share another compost source for those of you who may be looking in the Texas area.  It is called Living Earth Organic Compost.  I got it from a company by the same name and used 4 bags of it this weekend to top off my beds that had settled some this winter.  I asked what it is made of and was told it is 20% horse manure and 80% vegetable (it doesn't specify on the bag so that may vary by location, but that is just speculation on my part).  It was $4 for a 2 cu ft bag and at least in my opinion it is REALLY nice.   I looked on their website and they have 20 locations in Texas between DFW and Houston.  I have no ties to this company whatsoever but I wanted to share because it was such nice compost to work with this weekend and I know that everyone is always looking for something past what the big box stores have to offer.
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Re: Good compost source for Texans

Post  sanderson on 3/30/2015, 3:41 pm

Kamigh, Thank you for posting this source. It looks like they use green waste and wood as the browns.

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Thank you for sharing!
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