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Are you thinking about your garden for 2020?  We sure are!  With the stay at home order, you might find you’ve got some extra time to dream about what you want to plant or what you want your yard to look like this year.  With that in mind, we’ve put together some resources that will help you grow a garden that will provide for you and your neighbors this summer!

Starting Seeds, Raised Beds, & Straw Bale Gardening

Want fresh, organic, healthy food that is good for your body and available when you step out your door? Then you’ve got to start growing!

You can grow vegetables in all sorts of containers, in a raised bed, or even directly in the ground. REMEMBER THOUGH- your plants are as healthy as the soil they are grown in. Grab a bag of VeggieDoo 301 for soil that is specifically created to grow healthy and nutritious vegetables. It is organic, powered by DAIRY DOO, and full of the minerals your vegetables need for great flavor.  Watch this video to learn more!

Planning to plant some flowers this year?  Learn more about FlowerDoo 201 in this video.

Seed Starter 101 | High Quality Organic Potting Soil for Starting Seeds

Don’t be intimidated by the thought of starting your plants from seeds.  Click here and we will walk you through the process!

Click here to access our DAIRY DOO Calculator.  This can help you calculate how much DAIRY DOO or any of our potting soils you might need for your growing project.

Lawn Care & Landscaping

Get an amazing lawn without the use of harmful chemicals!  Learn more about Safe Green Lawn, our organic granulated fertilizer, in this video.  Or you can….

If you are doing any landscaping we encourage you to check out DAIRY DOO’s Topsoil Blend. This is a great mix of DAIRY DOO, peat, and topsoil, making it an affordable and quality soil for growing grass and other plants.

You can also use it as a filler in raised beds but be sure to top it with newspapers or a weed blocking fabric before adding the VeggieDoo 301 or FlowerDoo 201. Unlike all of our other potting soils, Topsoil Blend is not weed-free.

Food Plots

Interested in a food plot this year?  Download a copy of our Food Plot Catalog and spend some time on our Food Plot page for videos on equipment, what you need to know before putting a food plot in, and more!