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Discover the Many
Uses of Compost!
Compost Increases

 Soil Organic matter

 Water Holding
     Capacity

 Soil Health

 Soil Nutrients

WELCOME TO
HARVEST BLEND COMPOST



BUILD HEALTHY SOIL. NATURALLY

Fresh, locally produced Harvest Blend Compost is the solution for all soil types, adding vital nuturents and structure, increasing porosity and water holding capacity. Produced by Engel & Gray Regional Compost Facility, the only commercial compost facility on the Central Coast, Harvest Blend Compost is STA Certified by the US Composting Council, ensuring quality compost products with maximum results! When you're in the market for compost, look for Harvest Blend Compost. Naturally!
  


WAY TO GROW!
WITH HARVEST BLEND COMPOST

Amending soil with a few inches of Harvest Blend Compost improves soil structure, porosity, and density to ensure a healthier root environment.


Compost
 increases water holding capacity of soil so water is used more efficiently; supplies vital organic matter to soil; and stabilizes soil pH, improving soils’ ability to retain nutrients. Click to see how quickly compost can help your garden grow!



DONATED COMPOST ENRICHES LOCAL SCHOOL GARDENS



Filling up our trusty HB trailer with compost for delivery to local schools

Over the past two weeks, Los Berros Elementary in Lompoc along with Orcutt Jr. High, Lakeview Jr. High, and the Boys & Girls Club in Santa Maria, have received help for their parched soil in the form of compost and topsoil.  

Engel & Gray, Inc. has donated more than 430 cubic feet of compost and 375 cubic feet of topsoil to these schools in an effort to counteract effects of California's high temps and drought conditions. Adding organic matter in the form of compost and topsoil helps improve and protect valuable soil and most importantly, helps conserve valuable water resources. 

Know of a school garden in need of some TLC? Call 805-925-2771 or click to speak with one of our friendly reps. 



Come Celebrate

HARVEST BLEND COMPOST

as we celebrate
International Compost Awareness Week (ICAW). 

Join the Fun
@

745 West Betteravia Rd.
Santa Maria.

We will have Complimentary Compost and Vegetable Transplants to take home and build your very own Vegetable Garden. 
The theme for this year’s event is

“Grow…Eat….COMPOST….Repeat”

This works well with our transplants as once you harvest your crop you can put all the rest of the green trimmings into your Greenwaste Container and have it hauled off for Composting.  That means next year you will have more compost to pick up.  We call it “Completing the Cycle” 

Bring a Bucket or Sack to take home your Complimentary Compost. 
Choose your vegetable plants and head on home with all your free garden stuff. 
Saturday, May 8th 
9:00am  till Noon
Free to All.

Look for the American Flags and you will find us on West Betteravia (about ½ mile west from Broadway).


Would you like to see how
Quality Certified Compost is made? 

Well check this Video out to see an overview of Harvest Blend Compost and how it is made.
  Home, Ranch, Farm or Vineyard Soil Loves Compost!







 
COMPOST,
THE SUSTAINABLE SOLUTION

Learn from Joe Lamp'l, of Growing a Greener World, how Certified Compost is the ideal product for all landscape projects.

 

Healthy soil is a 'tool' that mankind needs to survive. Healthy soil is one of nature's key tools in recycling, cleaning, and preserving our environment. this living, breathing organism that surrounds us makes all life, as we know it, possible.We need to save the soil, not only for plants, but for people as well. Soil is made up of many organic and inorganic components, living and nonliving. Soil organic matter is transient in nature and must be continually replinished. Locally produced, recycled organic matter is abundantly available to do just that in the form of COMPOST! Compost is a great tool but not all compost is created equal, which is why everyone should specify "Certified Compost" for all landscape projects, no matter the size.



 
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