Mother Nature’s Compost
Certified Organic with Azomite and Foundation
Mother Nature’s Compost is one of nature's best soil amendments, and growing medium. We make all of our compost using a balanced mixture of green and brown items to produce 100 % natural certified organic compost. We add Azomite and Foundation in all of Mother Nature’s Compost to make sure all of the minerals along with the beneficial microbes are working to provide you with the best growing medium for your plants. Nature will be supplying the all of the plant food so no need to worry about addition sources of fertilizers
Replacing Synthetic Fertilizers
By careful blending of raw ingredients, adding mineral rich Azomite, inoculating with beneficial microbes by adding Foundation, Mother Nature’s Compost has replaced man made fertilizers. Microbes digest the organic matter naturally producing nutrients in plants available forms. Fertilizer or plant nutrients produced this way do not leach as synthetic fertilizers do, making Mother’s Nature’s Compost a cost effective alternative to synthetic fertilizers. Compost provides more than just plant nutrients adding to the benefit over man made fertilizers. Compost increases the soils holing capacity, increase the soils ability to hold water, provides food source and promotes the increase of beneficial soil bacteria, fungal hyphae along with other soil animals and microbes all improving soil quality and plant production. The soil microbes work in many ways doing a multitude of tasks from providing plant foods, plant protection from fungus and insects, killing predator nematodes, bring water and plant food to plant roots.
Active Soil Microbes
Mother Nature’s Compost thru Microorganisms produces plant nutrients in available forms for plant adsorption. We inoculate Mother Nature’s Compost with beneficial microorganisms by mixing in Foundation in the blending process and again when the decomposition of raw ingredients has reached the stage of humus foundation is reapplied to assure the growers receives compost with active biological life ready.
Mother Nature’s Compost provides many helpful benefits for growers; improved taste, increasing soil capacity, providing insect and pathogen protection, increasing land value, detoxify soil from heavy metals and chemicals to helping get nature back working to provide nutrients for plant growth.
Benefits of Using Compost
Compost releases nutrients slowly—over months or years, unlike synthetic fertilizers
Compost enriched soil retains fertilizers better. Less fertilizer runs off to pollute waterways.
Compost buffers the soil, neutralizing both acid & alkaline soils, bringing pH levels to the optimum range for nutrient availability to plants.
Compost helps sandy soil retain water and nutrients.
Compost loosens tightly bound particles found in clay or silt soil so roots can spread water drain & air penetrate.
Compost helps bind clusters of soil particles, called aggregates, which provide good soil structure. Such soil is full of tiny air channels & poor’s that hold air, moisture and nutrients.
Compost can hold nutrients tight enough to prevent them from washing out, but loosely enough so plants can take them up as needed.
Compost makes any soil easier to work.
Compost bacteria break down organics into plant available nutrients. Some bacteria convert nitrogen from the air into a plant available nutrient.
Compost enriched soil has beneficial insects, worms and other organisms that burrow through the soil keeping it well aerated.
Compost encourages healthy root systems, which decrease runoff.
Compost may suppress diseases and harmful pests that could overrun poor, lifeless soil. Healthy soil is an important factor in protecting our waters. Compost increases soil’s ability to retain water and decreases runoff. Runoff pollutes water by carrying soil, fertilizers and pesticides to nearby streams.
Compost can reduce or eliminate use of synthetic fertilizers.
Compost can reduce chemical pesticides since it contains beneficial microorganisms that may protect plants from diseases and pests.
Only a 5% increase in organic material quadruples soil's water holding capacity.
Over fertilizing with high salt forming synthetic fertilizers have damaged a lot of acreage around the world while it takes thousands of years for the earth’s forces to build good soil, we can help do this in relatively short time span of 5 years by adding compost. Compost, which adds microorganisms, arthropods, worms, and humus to the soil, cannot restore it to its native state, but we can help build a new balance of beneficial soil organisms to support the desired vegetative life. Through these steps, we can help nature by using nature to return soils back to natural state in much less time than normally required.
For centuries, farmers have made and used compost to improve soil. Composting is part of the earth’s biological cycle of growth and decay. Energy from the sun, carbon dioxide from the air, and nutrients from water and soil make plants grow. When they die and decompose through a complex process involving microorganisms such as fungi, bacteria, insects, mites and worms, nutrients go back into the soil, and carbon dioxide back into the air. The humus remaining from this decay process provides soil with organic matter that can hold water and nutrients in the soil, making it easier to till.
Suppresses Plant Diseases
Disease incidence on many plants can be influenced by the level and type of organic matter and microorganisms present in soils. Research has shown that increased population of certain microorganisms may suppress specific plant diseases such as pythium and fusarium as well as nematodes. Mother Nature’s Compost provides these beneficial microbes.
Additional Benefits of Compost
Mother Nature’s Compost has the ability to bind heavy metals and other contaminants, reducing both their leach ability and absorption by plants. Therefore, sites contaminated with various pollutants may often be improved by amending the native soil with Mother Nature’ Compost. The same binding affect allows compost to be used as a filter media for storm water treatment and has been shown to minimize leaching of pesticides in soil systems.
Microbes found in Mother Nature’s Compost are also able to degrade some toxic organic compounds, including petroleum (hydrocarbons). This is why compost is used in bio remediation of petroleum-contaminated soils.
Rich in organic matter and microbial population, compost and soil/compost blends can closely simulate the characteristics of wetland soils, thereby encouraging the re-establishment of native plant species.
American Ag Solutions after years of testing and mixing of materials is happy to offer Mother Nature’s Compost for sale. We have made it easy for you to grow crops that utilize a 6.5 pH to have compost that requires nothing extra to provide you with the best growing medium or fertilizer. Once you use this product, you will see how easy Nature can let things Grow.
Not All compost is the same.
Go to next page to read about Mushroom compost and where it should and should not be used.
Compost Plant where mother Nature’s compost is created.
The rows in the upper left is Compost that has reached the final stages where Second application of Foundation and Azomite would be added. The rows in the top left are compost in Humus stage Foundations is working. Rows on far right are storage and not ready to work. This site has over 3000 Cubic yards in varies states.
Compost ready for garden.
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