Is your soil suitable for outdoor growing as well?
We have tons of customers using our soil outdoors with great asuccess.
Can this mix take me from dropping a germinated seed all the way till harvest by just adding water only? if only water is needed is there anything specific i could add to give a better yield orquality plant
We do have customers that use our soil that way, but it's not the best use of it in our opinion. You can check our blog for some basic guidlines to get the most out of the soil. Page 5 would be a good place to start.
Do you offer commercial or bulk discounts?
We do offer bulk discounts. It's best to either email us or call the store, and we can get you pricing.
I am very impressed by your products. I have seen the results and my buddy won’t come off the recipe. Can you give me a rundown on what I need for a 30 gallon pot test run under full spectrum led using untreated rain water. Do you adjust for strain or DNA? I’m looking for a package, beneficial insects, soil, etc. Thanks.
We do not change anything for different strains. The run down would be, soil, cover crop, mulch, worms, rove beetles, nematodes, hypoaspis miles, then "feed" with Lactic acid bacteria serum, liquid fish, liquid kelp, and some fermented fruit juice. All of this info can be found in detail on our blog.
How many of the the 1.5 cubic bags of organic no till living soil will I need to fill up 6 of your 5 gallon fabric living soil pots (12” diameter x 9” tall). Thanks
Our bags are ~10 gallons. You're needing 30, so 3 of the 1.5 cubic ft bags would work out great.
All the best,
Team @ Redbud Soil Co.
I'm trying to figure out how many bags of the no till living soil will I need for 6 plants with 5 gallon (circle)fabric living soil pots - grassroots, Dimensions: 12” Diameter x 9” Tall. also please fell free to recommend anything else I would need for example at some point I will add worms. Thanks
You would need 3 bags of soil. It's always a good practice to add worms, nematodes, cover crop, etc... Our blog is full of great info on all of this.
How much soil should I use for a 4x4x1.5 soil bed?
You would need roughly 21 cubic feet of soil.
Can this soil be used in a sub irrigated planter?
We have had customers successfully use this in a sub irrigated planter setup. SIP's take special care, but if done right you should be perfectly fine.
Why do you recommend a minimum of a 15 gallon pot?
You can read this blog post for all the info on what pot size is best for our soil.
Is this too "hot" for seedlings?
We have done extensive testing with popping seeds in our soil, and we have had zero issues with burning them. We do advise that you fill your containers up with soil, and water them for 3 days or so to make sure the soil has settled before planting your seeds.
Is there any pH buffer in the soil?
The soil does contain amendments that will naturally buffer the PH. No need to ph your water at all.
Hello, Is there a place close to me that has your soil in stock? I'm in bentonville, ar, pretty close to OK border. Thanks! Jim horton
Right now the closest places will be in the Tulsa area. We have been speaking with Anuway Hydro about carrying our soil. If you went in there and asked for it I belive they would have it in stock within the week.
Do you make a seed to harvest water only mix if so is it available in bulk
Our soil can be used with water only, but for heavier yields we suggest adding in liquid fish, liquid kelp, aloe, and lactic acid bacteria serum. We can handle any size order from large to small.