Natures Wonder Product
All Purpose BioSoil™
A basic soil blend designed for most general purpose growing applications including vegetables, flowers & hanging baskets, vines & shrubs, berries and fruit, plants, planters & gardens and more.
Best Indoor or Outdoor Blend BioSoil™
A special soil blend designed for indoor/outdoor growing applications. Ideal for flowers, vegetables and other plants grown in pots, planters or greenhouses.
Special Herb Blend BioSoil™
A special soil blend designed for the purpose of growing herbs providing all the organic nutrients they need. Use for indoor applications or exterior planters, pots and garden plots.
Cannabis Specialty Blend BioSoil™
A special Cannabis soil blend designed for indoor growing applications. Promotes maximum growth and yield of healthier plants with denser buds.
BioChar Enhanced BioSoil™
Certified Organic ALL PURPOSE SOIL
Uses: A basic soil blend designed for most general purpose growing applications including vegetables, flowers & hanging baskets, vines & shrubs, berries and fruit, plants, planters & gardens and more.
BioSoil™ – Our Unique Mix Design:
BioSoil™ Organic Mixes are “Certified 100% Organic” and professionally formulated to provide the best grower grade soil mix for its purpose with a higher water retention capacity.
These mixes contain the natural benefits of CHAR+ Biochar, natural Canadian sphagnum peat, coco coir, perlite, aged humus, calcium carbonate, dolomite, mycorrhizae and an all-natural organic nutrient amender for optimum performance.
BioSoil™ Organic Mixes are “uniquely blended” and “BioChar enhanced” retaining more moisture, while preventing the leaching of N-P-K allowing plants to feed and use moisture as they choose increasing plant growth.
Other competitor soil mixes try to emulate BioSoil™ “proven and ready to use formulations” by claiming to use organic matter such as compost, seaweed, manure or mushroom compost, bat guano, bone meal, soybean meal, soft rock phosphate, greensand, fish meal, blood meal, and/or worm castings (to name a few) to provide nutrients. Some mixes contain slow-release, chemical fertilizer pellets that are not considered organic. Perlite, vermiculite, wood chips, rice hulls, turface, chicken (or other) grit, and/or sand is added to prevent compaction and increase drainage. Peat or coir (a renewable resource and peat substitute derived from coconut husks) are two common ingredients used to absorb water.