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Organic Bulk Potting Soils from Sustainable Sources

We get this question all the time, and the answer is yes! We do sell planter mixes! We even have one that’s specially formulated for cannabis growers. Here’s the key page from our product catalog. And when you buy from us, you know you’re getting the finest sustainably sourced potting soil in Northern California. Find more information on our products page.

Get Planting!

Our Spring planting is well underway here at Cold Creek, and hopefully you’re not far behind. We’ve got piles and piles of fertilizer here ready for plants. This year, we have our newest addition based on popular custom blends. Our Growers Choice Elite is a blend of our Growers Choice Plus with additional bat guano, coco coir, kelp meal, green sand, glacial rock dust, and micorrhizae. We’ve planted a number of crops in it here at our garden, and we’re expecting a bountiful harvest. Don’t hesitate to call us and place your order today!

Compost in your Home Garden

We know it’s early, but Spring is coming soon, and if you’re a planner you might already be thinking about this year’s home garden. You might also be thinking about which fertilizer will help you grow the biggest crop of tomatoes, corn, or grapes on the block. Our product has been refined over our 30 years of business to give you the most bang for your buck, whether you’re using our organic compost as a top-dress, or our planter mix for direct planting.

If you’re wondering how to use compost in your garden, check our faqs.

If you know exactly what you need, give us a call and order a custom blend. This season we’ll be stocking all of the most popular ingredients such as bat guano, coco coir, kelp meal, perlite, and many more.

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  • Organic Bulk Potting Soils from Sustainable Sources

    August 24, 2020

    We get this question all the time, and the answer is yes! We do sell planter mixes! We even have one that’s specially formulated for cannabis growers. Here’s the key page from our product catalog. And when you buy from us, you know you’re getting the finest sustainably sourced potting soil in Northern California. Find […]

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  • Food Waste, Landfills,and Greenhouse Emissions

    August 24, 2020

    Reducing food waste is one of the most effective ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Not only that, food waste is the number 1 contributor to landfills! So if you aren’t going to finish your plate, at least do your best to make sure your leftovers end up at a compost facility like ours. Few […]

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  • Cold Creek at Sonoma County Dollars and $ense

    February 7, 2020

    Cold Creek Compost had the grand opportunity to attend this year’s Sonoma County Winegrowers and Sonoma County Vintners Dollars & $ense event at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts. This is the North Coast’s longest running and most widely attended wine industry event for grape growers and vintners, and Martin and the newest member […]

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  • Compost Helps Sequester Carbon

    August 27, 2019

    We already knew that composting is key for fighting climate change as one of the major forms of recycling worldwide, but new research is adding to the ever-growing list of reasons to compost. A 19-year study found that compost in agricultural use helps the soil store carbon, thereby reducing the atmospheric carbon that contributes to […]

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  • Salts in Compost

    February 25, 2019

    Cold Creek is always interested in the cutting edge of compost research and technology. We’re always happy to discuss the science behind compost with our customers as well. We recently came across an informative research paper published by the Environmental Research and Innovation Center at the University of Wisconson, Oshkosh. The paper breaks down the […]

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