For Growing High Nutrient “Tomatoes”
Choosing what soil/medium to use for growing your high nutrient plants is arguably the most important decision you’ll make. Choose the wrong blend and you could be signing yourself up for weeks of measuring, flushing, and writing into chat forums for help! Choose the right one, and you’re experience instead could be filled with sharing photos of your harvests that seem never ending.
If you’d like an easy experience, choose Stonington Blend Grower’s Mix. We’ve done all the hard work for you! We’ve taken into account all of the necessary factors for your plants to perform at their absolute best:
- What is the best pH level?
- What are the water retention requirements?
- What is the best nutrient makeup?
- What is the best timing for the nutrients to release?
- What will ensure we provide the cleanest taste?
- What is the plant’s preferred soil texture?
- What is the plant’s preferred soil drainage/moisture level?
Coast of Maine’s Stonington Blend is a pre-mixed “super soil” that contains EVERYTHING your high nutrient plants need for a full grow cycle. YOU ONLY NEED TO ADD WATER!
Stonington Blend Grower’s Mix – An organic, living, super soil! Just add water!
STONINGTON BLEND Premium Grower’s Mix – OMRI Listed for Organic Use, Stonington Blend Platinum Growers Mix is a complex “super soil” designed for high performance growing in containers and large pots. Developed for professional growers, this blend is a rich mixture of horticultural grade sphagnum peat, coco fiber (coir) lobster compost, composted dark bark, dehydrated hen manure, perlite, worm castings and a mixture of meals (kelp, alfalfa, fish bone), mycorrhizae and dolomithic limestone to adjust pH. Stonington BlendTM is carefully formulated from natural ingredients to provide an ideal balance between water retention, soil texture, drainage and aeration in a consistent growing medium. We have been composting marine residuals along the coast of Maine for over twenty years and this is the best compost blend we have ever produced. Successful plants begin with the best organic soil that gardeners can buy!