Soil Products


Used to fill raised beds, create landscapes, fill in for lawns or anywhere you want to grow things. Our custom blend of soil and compost.
Amended Top Soil


Blend with soil for gardens, add to tree plantings or mulch around plants. Not recommended for planting alone, please mix with soil.
1/2 inch Compost


Screened for use as top-dressing for lawns. Increases moisture content and soil microbes. Can also be used anywhere you would use compost.
1/4 inch Compost


Our proprietary blend for flower pots and planters. Can also be used for starting seeds. Sold in 1 cubic foot bags, bulk bags, or loose.
RMC Potting Soil


This soil conditioner is the finest wood material from our wood mulch screening.  Use as a mulch or for walking pathways.
RMC Soil Conditioner

Turf Top-Dressing


This special soil conditioner is bark fines from screening bark products. Excellent for use as a mulch in beds or mixed with soils for planting.
St. Regis Soil Conditioner

Divot Mix

Divot Mix will give you a lawn as beautiful as a golf course. Start by aerating your lawn and then apply a 1/2″ layer of this custom blend. This mix can be used to level low spots and break up hard packed places in your lawn that don’t grow well. Within a week or 2 you will notice your lawn growing better and greening up!

WPT 60/40 Blend

If you are having trouble with clay soils and can’t keep your lawn wet or green, you will want to top-dress with this blend. Our proprietary blend of compost and gypsum will push water through and re-structure the soil to accept water.



So What is Gypsum Used For?

  • Lawns: In spring and fall you can take advantage of seasonal moisture which will help push an application of gypsum into the soil for conditioning it. Use 10 lbs per 150 square feet.
  • Gardens: Mix well into soil before planting for increased production.
  • For Roses and Flowers: Spade 1/2 lb of gypsum around each plant and soak the area with water. Flowering plants and bushes prefer a more acid soil and by adding gypsum you are lowering the pH of the soil.
  • Trees & Shrubs: In the fall, apply a generous quantity of gypsum to the soil around the base of trees and shrubs to stimulate root growth. This also helps to control insects that hibernate in the soil over the winter.
  • Salt Damage: Winter de-icing salt is toxic to most plants and grasses when it accumulates to certain levels. Use 1/2 lb of gypsum per square foot to restore soil that has absorbed salt.
  • Agricultural use: Farm fields high in clay or sodium will benefit by applying gypsum. Make sure to get a soil test done to find out what your application rates need to be. We have tests and studies to give a better idea of what results can be achieved by spreading gypsum.

Your Soil Will Be Responsive to Gypsum if:

  • Water puddles in your yard, garden or fields
  • There is excessive cracking of the soil after rain or irrigation
  • The soil contains large amounts of clay and is compacted
  • Sodium levels are high
  • You pH from a soil test needs neutralizing. Gypsum can bring both acidic and alkaline soils back to neutral. Can be blended with lime for acidic soils.

What Does Gypsum Do For Soils?

  • Improves soil structure
  • Helps reclaim soils with high salt content
  • Aids in seed emergence
  • Increases the stability of organic matter in soil
  • Improves water use efficiency
  • Helps plants absorb more nutrients