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Compost: Buy Bulk Compost in St. Louis from Kurtz Nursery and Topsoil

Compost is an all-natural blend of nutrients, minerals, and healthy organic matter that will keep your plants growing tall and strong. Made from decaying leaves, manure, and other materials, compost will improve your plant health without the use of harmful chemical fertilizers. Compost also enriches the soil and adds lost nutrients back into the earth.

There are dozens of types of compost mixes available, and each of them differs based on what is used to make them. At Kurtz Nursery and Topsoil, we offer you some of the finest and most nourishing compost you will find. All of our compost has a crumbly texture for easy spreading and mixing in your garden. If you would like to learn more about the types of compost we can supply, call us today at 636-332-1928.

Leaf Mold Compost
Leaf Mold Compost
Organic Compost
Organic Compost
Compost Blends
Compost Blends

Types of Compost and Their Benefits

As a leading topsoil supply company in the St. Louis area, we sell a variety of types of organic, clean compost. All of our compost is checked and rechecked so that you only get the components that will help your plants thrive. Here is a brief look at the types of compost that we offer and what these can be used for:

  • Leaf Mulch: Leaf mulch is a type of compost that is made entirely out of decaying leaves. This is a very rich type of compost and it increases the nutrition content of your soil drastically. Leaf mulch is made by allowing leaves to decompose over time. It usually has a very dark brown or black color and is crumbly in texture. It is mainly used to improve soil structure and increase water retention.
  • Organic Compost: Organic compost is made completely from organic matter. This is not just limited to leaves, and may include other plant components as well, such as vegetable matter and coffee grounds. You can find anything from fruit peels to straw in organic compost. This type of compost is great for your garden. It is very nourishing and adds essential nutrients back into the soil, helping your plants grow.
  • Manure Compost: This compost is composed of the manure of animals, usually cows, sheep, and horses. It is preferential to use the manure of herbivorous animals because it has more plant nutrients and is better for soil enrichment. Manure compost supplies the soil with nutrients and also helps with the retention of air and water. Additionally, it encourages earthworms, which are great for your garden.

Choosing the right compost may seem complicated, but it does not have to be. If you know exactly what you need from your compost, choosing becomes that much easier. At Kurtz Nursery and Topsoil, we are soil experts and we can help you choose the compost that is perfect for your garden.

The Advantages of Good Compost

Composting offers a variety of advantages, not only for the plants but for the soil as well. Here are just some of the benefits of using our quality compost in your garden:

  • Increases soil fertility
  • Does not use chemicals, so there is no chemical run-off or long-term effect
  • Reduced drought damage to your plants because of the increase in water-retention
  • Increases the breakdown rate of the soil so that it is easier to cultivate
  • Encourages the germination and growth of seeds
  • Balances the pH levels of your soil if they are too high or too low
  • Aerates the soil so that roots get the air they need

Learn More About Bulk Compost Deliveries from Kurtz Nursery and Topsoil

When you come to us at Kurtz Nursery and Topsoil, we promise to give you the very best quality compost that you can find. We offer delivery of bulk compost orders of any size to your doorstep or worksite anywhere in St. Louis area or you can pick up your order from our location. If you would like more information about our compost, call now at 636-332-1928.