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Coast of Maine 'Tomatoes and Vegetable'

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NEW PRODUCT!

Organic Planting Soil for TOMATOES & VEGETABLES

Uses: A great soil conditioner for improving and revitalizing the soil in and around your vegetable garden beds. It is naturally lightweight and contains just the right ingredients to grow plentiful, flavorful tomatoes and vegetables.

Coast of Maine’s Natural & Organic Soil for Tomatoes & Vegetables is specially crafted for plentiful and more flavorful tomatoes and vegetables. The soil is made with premium ingredients, it contains compost, lobster, peat moss, and lime.

$7.98 - Available in 20qt bags.

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Conditioning & revitalizing soil Natural & Organic Planting Soil for Tomatoes & Vegetables is the ideal soil conditioner to improve and revitalize the soil in and around your vegetable garden beds. It is naturally lightweight and contains just the right ingredients to grow plentiful, flavorful tomatoes and vegetables.

To maintain healthy soils, apply Natural & Organic Planting Soil for Tomatoes & Vegetables every year. This is best done in the spring when prepping to seed or transplant and again mid-season when the plants need a boost. There are generally two different ways to use this product. For improved soil structure (sandy, compacted or clay soil), work a 2” layer into the top 4” to 6“ of soil before planting.

Alternatively, if you have been amending your garden plot and have fairly loose soil to begin with, after clearing out the bed of debris, add a 2” layer on top of the soil and direct seed or transplant directly into our Planting Soil for Tomatoes & Vegetables. This will dramatically reduce the number of weed seeds that germinate from the native soil and mean less weeding for you!

Backfill the planting hole with a mix of equal parts of Natural & Organic Planting Soil for Tomatoes & Vegetables and existing garden soil. Do not pack the soil down around the plants, as this eliminates valuable airspace for the roots. Water thoroughly and regularly until the plant has established itself.

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