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Ah, ’tis spring and the gardens and lawns are coming to life again. Large trucks are coming daily to get our loam and compost mix to haul off to places that need it to add to sandy soil in the many Cape Cod and Southeast Mass. towns. We are proud of our soil because we know it has a wide mix of organic sources that add humus. And that, not just “dirt”, is what makes for good plant growth.

For building a lawn or for garden soil starting with a high organic content in soil provides better aeration, good, natural nutrients and better fertilization hold. At some garden stores or national chain stores (or at guys who just sell “dirt cheap” from a pile by the side of the road) when you buy loam you are buying a nearly dead soil product. It was scraped off some used dirt patch and piled up. It’s old, tired and not ready to grow seedlings with any sort of vigor. Some of us older folks know that feeling well 🙂

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