90/10, 80/20 and 75/25, this is our original product...made with aged mushroom soil, blended and dried to our specifications.
USGA Topdressing Sands, Coarse to fine, Dry or Damp
Fertl Peat Blends 95/5 to 80/20. We can provide damp or dry.
What shade of Green do you like? Dark, Army or Bright?
Dyed & Dry USGA Sand, this will attract the sun, aid in ice melting
Finished, Consistent and very Predictable. This is a superior medium to aid in the growth of Turfgrass
Fertl Aged Mushroom Soil, Dried to a moisture content below 5%. Making this one of the easiest compost to handle.
Believe it or Not? Peat is a big part of Mushroom Soil. We find peat to be a great filler. If that's your thing, we will blend it!
Fertl Soil's most superior soil for repairing divots. Seedbed soil consists of dried topdressing and peat blend for great water retention, which creates an ideal medium for seed germination and plant growth.
The best looking divot repair we produce. This soil is not just looks, it is a blend of sand and mushroom soil, so it actually grows grass and is not just a green filler!
Because everyone had different taste, we supply green sand in different flavors...Army Green, Bright Green and Dark Green. All are made with USGA Grade topdressing sand.
Classic 1-1-1 Blend...Topsoil, Sand and Mushroom Soil Blended and Screened. This product is an all purpose soil perfect for divot repair or athletic field topdressing soil.
Fertl Soil's Newest and most popular divot repair. 40% Sand 40% Mushroom Soil & 20% Peat. Grass jumps out of this soil!
Any of our construction blends grow grass, these are great divot repair soils as well. 90-10 to 50-50 you choose.
Our classic blend of SAND and Aged Mushroom Soil, Fertl & Predictable
Processed Mushroom Soil, is the Aged Mushroom Soil Run through a Rotary Dryer- Blended with Damp Sands to make a sterilized Blend.
Bet you wouldn't guess we do peat blends. From Reed Sedge Peat to Spaghnum Peat, Blended and Screened with Damp Sands
High Organic Soil screened to 3/8". The Best Looking Topsoil, we shouldn't be allowed to call it Top Soil(It's too good for that!)