Quoddy Blend™

Lobster Compost

Lobster Compost

Improves & revitalizes soil

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Quoddy Blend™

Lobster Compost

Lobster Compost

Improves & revitalizes soil

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Quoddy Blend Organic & Natural Compost with Lobster & Crab is our locally renowned “seafood” compost. Its crustacean shells are nurtured in our home state’s cold, dark waters, granting the botanical benefits in this multi-use mix that first established Coast of Maine’s fame. This precisely-balanced formulation helps revitalize soil and provides the needed balance of water retention, drainage, and aeration. It’s ideal for maintaining gardens, beds, and borders, and nurturing the robust growth of vegetables, flowers, and foliage.

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Composted manure, sphagnum peat moss, aged bark, lobster and crab shell meal.

0.6 - 0.30 - 0.20
Guaranteed Analysis

Total Nitrogen (N) 0.60% - 0.6% Water Insoluble Nitrogen*
Available Phosphaste (P205) 0.30%

Soluble Potash (K20) 0.20%

Derived From: Composted manure, lobster & crab shell meal.

*0.6% Slowly available nitrogen from composted manure, lobster & crab shell meal

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Soil conditioner:
Quoddy Blend™ is the ideal soil conditioner. To recondition poor soil, work 2 inches into the top 4 to 6 inches of soil. To maintain established beds and gardens, top-dress with 1-2 inches of Quoddy Blend™

Planting trees & shrubs:
Dig a hole as deep as the root ball and twice as wide. Place the plant in the bottom so the stem is centered and the crown slightly above the rim of the hole. If the root ball is burlap wrapped, make sure to cut away the top wrapping to free the stem. Fill in with equal parts of Quoddy Blend™ and the surrounding soil, tamping around the plant. Water thoroughly and regularly until the plant has established itself.

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