When people think of wholesale landscaping products like topsoil and compost, they usually have a pretty good idea of what to expect when they open the bag. Topsoil is obviously going to be fine-granulated dark dirt and compost is going to be a chunky and fibrous mixture of dirt, wood, and other organic substances. Topsoil, being finely textured is much easier to use on the yard and garden than compost is — unless you have Cutting Edge® Compost, that is.

Cutting Edge® Compost is the compost that you never knew that you needed. After years of using thick and fibrous compost for all of your outdoor lawn and garden needs, you have likely grown accustomed to spending extra time spreading compost in the yard — gathering the lumps of material that have yet to break down.

Luckily, with Cutting Edge® Compost you can easily spread product without having to sacrifice the quality of your organic material. Blank Industries, LLC packs each bag of our Cutting Edge® Compost material with ⅜” screened organic material — meaning that our compost product is fine and easy to work with. Place a wholesale order of Cutting Edge® Compost and Cutting Edge® Topsoil today to see just how refined our compost material is.

Below, we thought we might discuss some of the best uses for our compost, as well as why our product works better than any other compost that you might find in the New England area.

Compost Uses

In The Garden

We probably don’t have to remind you how beneficial compost material is to your garden, but we are going to anyway. The rich organic matter found in composted materials is a great way to add valuable nutrients to the soil — in turn giving the plants the nutritious boost that they need to grow. In addition to simply providing nutrients and minerals to the soil, compost can also promote porosity and drainage, reduce soil compaction, inhibit erosion, and suppress the ability for soil-borne pests and plant diseases.  

As A Lawn Dressing

When most people think about dressing they are much more likely to think of salad dressing or dressing up to go out on the town. That being said, soil dressing is not much different than putting a dressing on a salad or clothes on your back.

Soil dressing is a supplemental growth strategy that will over time allow for your lawn to grow thicker, stronger, and faster. While it might seem counterintuitive to put compost material on top of your freshly cut lawn, it is actually extremely beneficial. Simply apply 1-3 inches of compost on top of your lawn, gently rake it in, and water it!

Indoor & Outdoor Pots

Just because compost is known for working well as a vegetable garden and lawn health boost, it can also be used in any of your above-ground garden pots — both inside and out. In fact, sometimes growing your plants in a pot can prove to be even better for your plants.

Imagine this, you live in New England where weather is super variable. You want to keep your tomato plant outside so it can grow big and strong with the use of compost materials, but intermittent hail storms could destroy your tomatoes before they are even ready to be picked off of the stem. By placing your tomatoes in a pot using a 50/50 blend of Cutting Edge® Compost and Cutting Edge® Topsoil, you can let your tomatoes grow tall outside, quickly bringing them inside when a storm arrives.

Order Your Cutting Edge® Compost Today!

If you are serious about having a happy and healthy lawn this summer we urge you to place your order for wholesale bagged compost today. Our Cutting Edge® Compost can:

  • Attract desirable soil microorganisms
  • Add essential nutrients to existing soil
  • Enhance drainage and aeration
  • Retain moisture
  • Reduce soil compaction
  • Reduce the rate of moisture evaporation
  • Regulate and maintain soil temperature

If your lawn, garden, or houseplants are starting to look unhealthy, the best way to provide them with the moisture, minerals, nutrients, and temperature regulation that they need is to amend the existing soil using 3-4 inches of our Cutting Edge® Compost.

Cutting Edge® Compost is sold in large quantities of 1 cubic foot bags that are packed and wrapped on pallets. Is a pallet of Cutting Edge® Compost too much for you? Stop by your local landscape materials store and request that they place a wholesale order of our product.

If you have any questions about our wholesale landscaping products, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today.

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