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Mother Nature's Compost
compost windrowed
Azomite Slow release
Foundation Label
Grown with no fertlizer
Lloyd Babb with 7 week old plants grown in Mother Nature's Compost
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Cabbage grown in Mother Natrue's compost 7 weeks old
Compost is one of nature's best mulches and soil amendments, and it can be used instead of commercial fertilizers. Best of all, compost provides the soil with a food source for microbial life which is essential for healthy plants. 
Lawn with compost base
Using compost improves soil structure, texture, and aeration and increases the soil's water-holding capacity. Compost loosens clay soils and helps sandy soils retain water. Adding compost improves soil fertility and stimulates healthy root development in plants. Microorganisms play an important role in organic matter decomposition which, in turn, leads to humus formation and nutrient availability. Microorganisms can also promote root activity as specific fungi work symbiotically with plant roots, assisting them in the extraction of nutrients from soils. Sufficient levels of organic matter also encourage the growth of earthworms, which through tunneling, increase water infiltration and aeration.
It wasn't so long ago that composting was still considered a fringe activity, something you might find ardent back-to-the-land people doing on their country acreage, but certainly not a practice most suburbanites' implemented. Today, however, many people living in town are growing their own vegetables and eating better while saving money. In one of the pictures below, Master Gardener Lloyd Babb is shown with his back yard garden were he uses Mother Nature’s Compost to grow Vegetables in raised beds.

Sustainable-Ag Solutions is proud to be the blenders of Mother Nature’s Compost, the most complete standalone compost on the market.  By properly blending the correct ratio of qualifying organic matter, Mother Nature's Compost provides all that you need to grow healthy nutritious crops.  Our compost is nutritionally balanced, containing valuable plant minerals and beneficial microorganisms for healthy plants and soil.  You will not need to use any other fertilizer with our compost until after your first harvest at which point you will want to add new compost, in addition to soil additives such as Foundation, Maury's Mineral or Azomite.  However some growers have stated that they have gotten three harvests without adding any additional fertilizers or soil amendments.  Mother Nature’s Compost is all you need to have the garden, yard, or plants that will make you proud. 
Sod with deep roots becasue of good soil life
Compost piles being staged. 
A healthy live soil can produce deep rooted turf. 
Mother Nature’s Compost contains a full spectrum of essential plant nutrients including macro and micronutrients often absent in synthetic fertilizers. Mother Nature’s Compost brings and feeds diverse life in the soil. These bacteria, fungi, insects and worms support healthy plant growth.

Here are some of the advantages of using compost.
Compost releases nutrients slowly—over months or years, unlike synthetic fertilizers.     
Compost enriched soil retains fertilizers. No fertilizer run off to pollute waterways. 
Compost buffers the soil, neutralizing both acid & alkaline soils, bringing pH levels to the optimum range for nutrient availability.
Compost helps sandy soil retain water and nutrients. 
Compost loosens tightly bound particles in clay or silt soil so roots can spread, water drain & air penetrate. 
Compost helps bind clusters of soil particles, called aggregates, which provide good soil structure. Such soil is full of tiny air channels & pores that hold air, moisture and nutrients.
Compost can hold nutrients tight enough to prevent them from washing out, but loosely enough so plants can take them up as needed. 
Compost makes any soil easier to work. 
Compost bacteria break down organics into plant available nutrients. 
   Soil bacteria convert nitrogen from the air into a plant available nutrient. 
Compost enriched soil has lots of beneficial insects, worms and other organisms that burrow through the soil keeping it well aerated. 
Compost encourages healthy root systems, which decrease runoff.
Compost may suppress diseases and harmful pests that could overrun poor, lifeless soil. Healthy soil is an important factor in protecting our waters. Compost increases soil’s ability to retain water and decreases runoff. Runoff pollutes water by carrying soil, fertilizers and pesticides to nearby streams.
Compost can reduce or eliminate use of synthetic fertilizers.
Compost can reduce chemical pesticides since it contains beneficial                        microorganisms that may protect plants from diseases and pests. 
Only a 5% increase in organic material quadruples soil's water holding capacity. 
Compost processed like Mother Nature's Compost can control nematodes. 

Grown  with Compost
4 weeks old planting in Compost
Planted in Mother Nature’s Compost - 4 weeks old

Planted in Mother Nature's Compost - 7 weeks old

Planted in Mother Nature’s Compost - 7 weeks old
​(​Leaves measure 3 feet from outside to outside.) 
Planted in Mother Nature’s Compost - 4 weeks old
Both Azomite and Foundation are used in making Mother Nature's Compost
We sell Mother Nature’s Compost by the bag or cubic yard. A bag contains just over one cubic foot.  A cubic yard is equal to 27 cubic feet. You can use the online calculator to determine how many cubic yards of material you need. As a general guide, 1 cubic yard of compost is equivalent to 1000 pounds. Density is not needed to use calulator, however, if you want to use density use 1000 pounds. 
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Mother Nature’s Compost is great to use as a compost tea. Below is a link to a video showing you how to make good compost tea. The catalyst (as talked about in video) that we use is Foundation Liquid and Dry
Price of Mother Nature’s Compost
$15.00 per bag containing 40+- Pounds or 1 cubic foot 
FOB Deland, Florida
$70.00 per Cubic Yard / FOB Edgewater, Florida

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checking compost in field
Monitoring temperature of Mother Nature's Compost pile.  
working Mother Nature's compost in warehouse
Turning compost pile in warehouse. 
part of 20,000 cubic yards on site.
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No fertilizer was used in growing these vegatbles 
Staging compost over 300 cubic yards in one row. 
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