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BULL COUNTRY COMPOST
BULL COUNTRY COMPOST
Prior to planting, cover ground with 1” to 2” of compost and till into the soil to a depth of 4”.
Bull Country Compost is not a growing medium. Plants should not be planted in pure compost.
Application recommendations are for the average Northeast Ohio soil. For the best results we recommend having your soil tested.
Eliminate weeds before applying. Cover the ground with 1” to 2” of compost. Remove compost from plant foliage and keep 1” away from new plants. If compost gets on the plants remove it and clean off with water. For best result water the area to ‘set’ compost and help retain future moisture. Plants will be fed with every rain and nutrients will be released for 2 years after application. Produce that comes in contact with compost is safe to eat after rinsing with water.
Top dress ¼” of compost over existing lawn with a broadcast spreader or by hand, water after applying and aerate the soil for best results. Spring or Fall Season is the best time of year to feed your lawn. Avoid application on a hot sunny day.
Top dress ½” of compost over topsoil and till compost into topsoil to a depth of 2”. Spread grass seed and water thoroughly.
SUGGESTED APPLICATION RATES FOR HAYSEED HANK SUPER SOIL
SUGGESTED APPLICATION RATES
FOR HAYSEED HANK SUPER SOIL
For best results, eliminate sod or previous plantings before installing a new garden or raised bed. Fill with Hayseed Hank’s to planting root depth, 6 to 10”.
optional: Lay down 8-10 layers of newspaper before filling the area to help prevent previous seed and root growth.
Improve the success of new plantings of trees, shrubs, annuals and perennials. Dig a hole 2 times the size of the root ball, place Hayseed Hank in the base making sure to follow suggested planting depths.
Finish filling the hole with Hayseed Hank. Cover with mulch, if desired.
NEW LAWN INSTALL:
FOR EXISTING TOPSOIL - Cover the ground with 1/2” to 1” of Hayseed Hank before sowing grass seed. Cover seed with 1/4”
of Hayseed Hank.
IF NO TOPSOIL EXISTS - Cover the ground with a minimum of 2” of Hayseed Hank before sowing grass seed. Cover seed with 1/4” of Hayseed Hank.
Cover areas in need of patch with 1” to 2” of Hayseed Hank’s, cover with grass seed according to packaging suggestions and cover with 1/4” of Hayseed Hank.