Fertile Grounds How Compost Can Supercharge Your Soil
We are standing by to deliver compost from our lot to your garden. This broken down organic matter creates a nutrient-rich soil amendment and we have several options to choose from. Adding compost to your garden soil will improve its soil structure while making it easier for your plants' roots to absorb water and nutrients. This combination leads to healthier, more vigorous plants that are better able to resist disease and pests.
Slow Natural Nutrient Release
Here at Little Dumps we look for composts that contain a balanced blend of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. Unlike synthetic fertilizers, which can leach into groundwater and cause pollution, compost releases its nutrients slowly over time, reducing the risk of nutrient runoff and environmental harm.
Microorganisms and Moisture
In addition to its benefits for plants, compost also helps to promote a healthy ecosystem in your Missoula or Bitterroot Valley garden. By increasing soil organic matter, compost encourages the growth of beneficial microorganisms, such as bacteria and fungi, which continue to help break down organic matter and make nutrients available to plants. These microorganisms also improve soil structure and porosity, which helps to regulate soil moisture and reduce erosion. Win, win!
Compost Delivery on Demand
We stock several compost options that can amend your existing lawn or garden and we create our own soil combinations if you’d prefer something that can be planted in directly. Using Little Dumps for your compost delivery means that much more time you can spend tending to your plants!