Soil Blends

YukonGrow Blends
YukonGrow Blends are series of unique high-yielding living soils made in the Yukon, by Yukoners, specifically adapted to our grow conditions and practices up here. Based on on YukonGrow's staple inoculated + charged up biochar mixture, and making use of local ingredients wherever we can. Ingredients include biochar, beneficial microorganisms and worm castings, plus compost, peatmosss, perlite, vermiculite, and sand in proportions specific to usage. Dolomitic lime is used to fine-tune pH.

Available as of Spring 2021 is our series of Gardening Blends:
- Basket and Container Gardening Mix
- Raised Bed Mix
- Garden Mix

This will later be completed with a series of Specialized Blends:
- Seed Starting Mix
- Propagation (cuttings, seedlings) Mix
- Potting Mix
- Tree & Shrub Mix
- Flower/Cannabis Mix
- Turf and Lawn Mix
- Flowerbed Mix
- Nursery Mix
- others on demand

Branded Blends
Potting mix is a medium in which to grow plants and seedlings in a pot or other container. It typically contains an engineered mixture of sand, silt, organic matter (e.g. peatmoss, pine bark, compost) and perlite and vermiculite in various proportions (see specific Manufacturer for details). Its pH is usually fine-tuned with limestone. Some contain a small amount of fertilizer or slow-release nutrients. Bagged potting mix typically is sterile. Potting mix sometimes is referred to as "potting soil" but it actually contains little to no soil because soil is considered too heavy.

Top soil can be used to fill raised beds or for filling in low spots in a lawn. It typically contains a natural mixture of sand, silt, clay and organic matter is various proportions (see specific Manufacturer for details). It is obtained from grubbing the surface layer that has formed over millions of years from rock decomposition, wind and water movement, for instance when developing land. Black earth is a type of top soil that is especially rich in organic matter.


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