Premium Fine Screened Compost
EverGro Compost is a high-quality product created for top dressing and for soil blending/amendment. This product is STA “Seal of Testing Assurance” approved per the United States Compost Council ‘USCC” guidelines. This product has gone through a process that produces finely screened finished compost.
This product can be used for top-dressing lawns, sports fields, golf courses, and flower bed areas. It can also be used as an amendment that is tilled into the existing soil to promote root development and top growth of plant material and seasonal color. This product is screened using a state-of-the-art screening system that allows us to make a very fine screened compost. It removes most of the larger particle-sized pieces of wood giving you a very high-quality product.
- Adds organic matter
- Adds beneficial macro and micronutrients
- Stabilizes your PH
- Adds good microorganism’s back into the soil
- Improves the water holding capacity of the soil
- Loosens up hard clay soils.
- Lawn Maintenance
- Home Builders
- Sod Farms
- Distributors & wholesalers
- Golf courses
- School districts
- Landscape architects
What is the Difference Between Screened Compost, Coarse Compost, and Fine Compost?
Screened Compost - Screen compost has gone through some sort of screening process to separate the fine particles from the larger pieces. This can be adjusted based on the size of the screen or the type of screen you are using.
Coarse Compost- Coarse compost is general unscreen compost with larger pieces of wood in it
Fine Compost- Fine compost utilizes a small screen size to achieve the smallest particle size possible in your finished product. Generally, fine compost uses a ½ or 3/8 or ¼ inch screen size to get the smallest finished product.
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EverGro Organic Recycling has over 50 years of composting experience. In addition to compost, we also offer a variety of products including black mulch, topsoil. planting mix, and more. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle with EverGro Organic Recycling. Contact us today to learn more about EverGro's fine screen compost in Houston!