Soil

Top Soil
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Top Soil

County Conservation Company’s enriched topsoil is derived from a blend of sandy loam soil and screen...More

County Conservation Company’s enriched topsoil is derived from a blend of sandy loam soil and screened leaf compost. The integration of 20% compost to the topsoil heightens the organics, making it ideal for planting and seeding. Topsoil is recommended for planting grass seed, raising or creating flowerbeds and the formation of any planting berms. The recommended depth for the new grass seed is 4” of topsoil.

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Enriched Screened Top Soil


Enriched Screened Top Soil


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1-4 Cubic Yards $26.00

1-4 Cubic Yards $26.00

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5-19 Cubic Yards $24.00

5-19 Cubic Yards $24.00

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20+ Cubic Yards $21.00

20+ Cubic Yards $21.00

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Compost Soil
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Compost Soil

The compost soil at County Conservation Company is derived from leaf and trimmings. County Conservat...More

The compost soil at County Conservation Company is derived from leaf and trimmings. County Conservation Company’s compost is aged and screened to 3/8 of an inch to craft a dark rich organic soil. Rutgers University recommends the use of compost for roadside restoration, erosion control and the top dressing of lawns and athletic field. There are many other uses for compost as well. Because of compost’s capacity to retain moisture, it is ideal for a base layer for laying sod. Compost soil is high in nitrates and very low in heavy metals allowing it to be used as a soil enhancement. In contrast, other soil amendments derived from bio-solids (human waste) are found to be high in heavy metals. According to research at the University of Maryland, leaf compost soil contains all of the essential plant nutrients, which reduces the need for chemical fertilization. Plants and flowers can thrive for years with a single application of compost. Compost soil is also being recognized for its inherent fungicidal properties, reducing the need for chemical fungicides.

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Screened Leaf Compost (High Organic - Soil Amandment)

Screened Leaf Compost (High Organic - Soil Amandment)

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1-4 Cubic Yards $19.00

1-4 Cubic Yards $19.00

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5-19 Cubic Yards $17.00

5-19 Cubic Yards $17.00

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20+ Cubic Yards $15.00

20+ Cubic Yards $15.00

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Clean Fill Dirt
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Clean Fill Dirt

Our clean fill dirt is clean bank run fill dirt. Its gravel like consistency makes it excellent for compaction.

Our clean fill dirt is clean bank run fill dirt. Its gravel like consistency makes it excellent for compaction.

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1-4 Cubic Yards $15.00

1-4 Cubic Yards $15.00

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5-19 Cubic Yards $12.00

5-19 Cubic Yards $12.00

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20+ Cubic Yards $9.50

20+ Cubic Yards $9.50

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Virgin Wood Chips

The unscreened topsoil has been stripped from local farm fields to make way for new construction. There are no added organics, as in the screened topsoil, and the unscreened topsoil is likely to contain some roots and stones.

The unscreened topsoil has been stripped from local farm fields to make way for new construction. There are no added organics, as in the screened topsoil, and the unscreened topsoil is likely to contain some roots and stones.

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1-4 Cubic Yards $13.00

1-4 Cubic Yards $13.00

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5-19 Cubic Yards $12.50

5-19 Cubic Yards $12.50

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20+ Cubic Yards $11.00

20+ Cubic Yards $11.00

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Test - Results 

Test - Results 

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Organic matter: by weight - 23.2 %

Organic matter: by weight - 23.2 %

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PH - 7.0

PH - 7.0

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Nitrate - 240 lbs/acre

Nitrate - 240 lbs/acre

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Phosphate - 300 lbs/acre

Phosphate - 300 lbs/acre

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Potassium - 420 lbs/acre

Potassium - 420 lbs/acre

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