ORGANIC BLEND - CDFA Registered Organic soil amendment for organic crop and food production and approved under Washington State Department of Agriculture Organic Food Program
Aguinaga Green's Organic Blend is derived from composted, uncontaminated clean green shredded tree trimmings and plant material. This soil amendment is registered ORGANIC through the California Department of Food and Agriculture. The Organic Blend soil amendment is screened to 5/8 inch particle size. Available at our Silverado site only and used for organic farming and field spreading.
GPS 2 - general purpose soil amendment
Aguinaga Green's GPS 2 is derived from composted, uncontaminated clean green shredded tree trimmings and plant material and is screened to a specified 5/8 inch minus particle size. GPS 2 is a long-lasting organic material, a rich brown in color, and will add beneficial microbes to native soils.
GPS 1 - soil amendment for compacted and clay soil
Aguinaga Green's GPS 1 is derived from composted, uncontaminated clean green shredded tree trimmings and plant material. It has been screened to a specified 5/8 inch minus particle size and agricultural gypsum (CaSO4) is added to aid in the amendment of compacted and clay soils.
PLANTER MIX - specialty soil amendment
Aguinaga Green Planter Mix is specially blended to complement plant growth and is used for flower bed color planting and shrubs. Ingredients include: Nitrolized fir shavings, Aguinaga Green Forest Floor Humus, pumice, and coco-coir.
Coco-Coir - soil conditioner
Our Coco-Coir is a renewable, non synthetic coconut by-product rich in potassium and micronutrients. Used as a soil conditioner it naturally guards against plant diseases and increases nutrient uptake, which results in explosive root and plant development. Our Coco-Coir also improves soil structure, helps prevents soil compaction, holds seven to eight times its weight in water, and provides improved drainage and aeration.
NITROLIZED FIR SHAVINGS - soil amendment for sandy soils
Nitrolized Fir Shavings are derived from construction grade Douglas fir building remnants. The fir shavings are "nitrolized" (treated) with ammonium nitrate to prevent nitrogen drag (the removal of plant-needed nitrogen by the wood.) The particle size of this material is 3/8 inch. Nitrolized Fir Shavings improve soil structure, increase nutrient holding capacity of sandy soils, and improve water drainage. Nitrolized Fir Shavings are a stand-alone amendment but can also be used as a component in container mixes or soil-less potting mixes.
FIR BARK HUMUS - soil amendment for alkaline sandy soils
Base feed stock for Fir Bark Humus comes from Douglas fir trees grown in the Pacific North West. Fir Bark Humus is derived from the part of the logging/milling process in which bark is removed from the tree. After the debarking takes place, the bark is then passed through various sized vibrating screens which separate the bark into different sizes including 1/4 inch fir bark humus. It has a slightly acidic pH value and will aid in moving alkaline soil toward a neutral value. Fir Bark has a slower decomposition rate than shavings derived from soft woods such as Pine. Fir Bark Humus is a stand-alone amendment but can also be used as a component in container mixes or soil-less potting mixes.
Triple Grind Redwood Bark (Ligna Peat) - soil conditioner
A finely-ground redwood bark material. This product is a suitable organic alternative for sphagnum peat moss because of its similar chemical properties and slow rate of decomposition. Available at ORANGE site only.
Vermiculite - soil conditioner
Vermiculite increases water and nutrient retention and aeration in the soil, resulting in healthier, more vigorous plant growth. Add vermiculite to soil for conditioning and weight reduction either alone or in conjunction with peat or compost.
FOREST HUMUS - aged compost
Forest Humus is an organically rich and fully composted, stable, and aged compost. Forest Humus can be tilled into existing soil or utilized along with other Aguinaga products in custom mixes where the stability of a humus material is required.