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Magic Mushroom Compost

Garden Soil Enhancer

Promotes Nutrient Absorption

Overall Plant Health

Improves Soil Health

Mushroom compost really is magic for your garden because it is filled with mycelium, the underground fungal web that helps plants absorb nutrients and communicate with other plants.

  • Improves soil structure
  • Promotes vigorous root growth and nutrient uptake
  • Loosens and aerates heavy soils while helping sandy soils retain moisture

This compost is a by-product of edible mushroom farming and doesn't contain actual magic, mushrooms, or magic mushrooms. 

Rich in macro- and micro-nutrients, Magic Mushroom Compost acts as both a plant fertilizer and soil amendment that helps to condition all soil types. This is a great overall compost that is suitable for most garden plants, including edibles and ornamentals. High in calcium, it's especially effective for calcium loving plants like tomatoes!

NPK: 0.46, 0.29, 1.09

Magic Mushroom Compost is agricultural waste that has been reincarnated four times!



First, wheat was harvested and the remaining straw waste was taken to a nearby racetrack and used as bedding for racehorses. Then, the racetrack disposed of the straw at a nearby mushroom farm where it was slowly broken down and turned into compost by bacteria. After growing premium organic mushrooms, the farmer helped us bag this rich compost for your plants.

When you use this organic waste product as plant food, you're continuing nature's cycle of life - which really is pretty magical.

Garden Prep: Blend with potting or garden soil by evenly spreading over top layer of garden tilling gently into top 6 inches of soil.



Planting and Transplanting: Add 1/2 - 1 cup to base of each hole dug for a transplant or start. Combine with existing soil and water well.



Roses and Flowering Shrubs: Apply a band around base of each plant. Combine gently with loose soil below or use as top-dressing.



Houseplants: Add to houseplant soil when coring or when repotting by combining 1/2 to 1 cup with existing soil.

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