McFarlane's Bark processes yard debris to the standards and specifications of the Seal of Testing Assurance Parameters of the U.S. Composting Council.The vegetation, once completing the composting cycle, is then screened to a finished product. Compost assists in amending and adding nutrients, to your soil.
5/8" dust, almost black in color. Great as a top dressing for your beds, or can be tilled into soil. Fine Compo-Stuff is recommended to apply to top of clay or sandy soils as a soil ammendment.
Super Fine Compo-Stuff
1/8" dust, almost black in color. Great as a top dressing for your beds, or can be tilled into soil. Fine Compo-Stuff is recommended to apply to top of clay or sandy soils as a soil ammendment.
*All compo-stuff, regardless of size, assist in amending the soil and provides nutrients.
Soil and Planting Mixes:
Scottish-Blended Soil: This mix is 50% Fine Compo-Stuff, 40% screened soil, 10% Sand. Plants can be planted directly into the Scottish-Blended Soil.
Irish Mix: This mixture contains 1/3 Regular Fine Bark, 1/3 Fine Compo-Stuff, 1/3 Sand. Great for planting grass seed and sod.
Soil Amendment: Provides a slow release of nutrients to enhance existing soil. Apply approximately ¼” as a base for seeding grass.
Ground Cover in Landscaping: Apply about 3-4” for a top covering for landscape. It’s dark in color which is a great contrast to plants. Placing over roots of plants will conserve water and balance soil temperature. The additional nitrogen and carbon of the product will feed the soil food web structure.
Erosion Control, Turf Remediation: 3 - 4” layer can be placed directly on top of soil to enhance the growth of plants and other vegetations, thus, saving the soil from eroding due to zero plant life.
Bioremediation and Pollution Prevention: Cured compost will break down contaminates in water or soil. The microorganisms will consume the contaminants, digest and metabolize them and then transform them into carbon monoxide, water and salts which are less harmful.
Removes solids, oils, and heavy metals from storm water runoff: By allowing the water run off to run through the porous compost it will filter out chemical contaminants.