We take great pride in our quality of compost. All of our compost is locally produced and maintained within the Columbia Basin Region. Our composting process is carefully monitored to keep a temperature of 104 Fahrenheit for a minimum of two weeks to destroy the viability of weed seeds. Using compost can provide organic matter, reduce the potential for soil erosion, and reduce fertilizer requirement when added to the soil. Another benefit of using compost is that it converts nitrogen to a stable form that is less susceptible to leaching.  Composting also provides:

  • Improve soil structure
  • Adds a variety of macro and micronutrients
  • Improve water holding capacity
  • Bind and degrade specific pollutants
  • Improves cation exchange capacity (CEC) of soils and growing media