Having to not feed for 6+ weeks while developing a living soil, and then only having to 'topdress' and add a little compost to feed the soil, made for amazingly healthy, lush, and more flavorful plants, while keeping costs very low. Now that we know we have a quality base we can recycle 2/3rd's for a few years and still maintain its performance and integrity. We gained all of this from just one decision, and that was to try GEO.
Craig Martin | Executive Producer Oregon Rooted Media
Accept no Substitute
I plan on using Gaia's Gift this year, normally using FoxFarm I would amend with a super soil mix. I remember Gaia's soil being quite rich...I'm planning on using it this year as I find it is superior to any other bagged soil I can find.
Stewart Fowler | Grower
We did an experiment by transplanting our seedlings that are the same strain and that popped during the same timeline. We did one with Gaia's Gift and the other with a competing soil. The difference is so noticeable! Good Earth's product has increased the growth substantially.
Krista Newman | Production Manager - 3 Little Birds Farm
I've owned a hardware store for 20 years and now have ventured off and opened Skyhigh garden and grow supplies in Canyonville, Oregon. We were looking for a top shelf, top quality soil to sell at our location. After looking at many we decided to go with Good Earth Organics. The customer service has been amazing, and believe me that is a high priority when I pick a company to deal with. The product has been flying off shelf better than I could ever imagine. Everyone I deal with there is very knowledgeable and answers every (even the ones I consider stupid) question I ask. There are a lot of pop up soil producers out there. But if you want unmatched quality and consistency in a product that's going to be around year after year Good Earth Organics is it.
Mike Boye | Sky High Gardens and Grow Supply