Frequently Asked Questions

What are the main benefits of using Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer Pellets for my garden?

Sustained Nutrient Release: A standout feature of Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer Pellets is their ability to slowly release nutrients into the soil. This contrasts sharply with the immediate nutrient surge provided by liquid or powdered fertilizers. Our pellets ensure that your soil receives a consistent, prolonged supply of the essential nutrients it needs to thrive, eliminating the risk of nutrient overload and promoting healthier, steadier growth for your plants.

Simplicity and Efficiency in Application: Designed with the user in mind, Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer Pellets are remarkably easy to apply. Whether spread by hand into your garden soil or a measured approach with simple “by the tablespoon” applications, our pellets allow for an even distribution of nutrients in your soil. This user-friendly nature eliminates the guesswork and potential mess associated with other fertilizer forms, making garden care accessible to everyone, regardless of gardening experience.

Minimized Nutrient Loss: Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer Pellet's slow-release mechanism plays a crucial role in reducing nutrient leaching. In conventional fertilizing methods, vital nutrients often wash away before plants can absorb them, especially in heavy rain or over-irrigation scenarios. By minimizing this nutrient loss, our pellets not only ensure that your plants receive more of what they need but also contribute to a healthier environment by reducing runoff that can lead to water pollution.

Soil Health and Structure Improvement: Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer Pellets go beyond mere nutrition; they are formulated to enhance your soil's overall health and structure. Incorporating organic matter, these pellets work to improve water retention, aeration, and soil texture. Healthy soil is the foundation of a thriving garden, facilitating robust plant growth and resilience against stress and disease.

Promotion of Beneficial Microbial Activity: Infused with beneficial microorganisms, Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer Pellets offer more than just nutrients. These microscopic helpers improve soil fertility by breaking down organic matter into nutrients that plants can easily absorb. Moreover, they play a vital role in suppressing soil-borne pathogens, thereby enhancing plant health and reducing the need for chemical pesticides.

How are your organic fertilizer pellets made, and what ingredients do they contain?

At the heart of our fertilizer pellets is a commitment to 100% organic and regenerative gardening. Our process begins with the careful selection of high-quality, 100% organic ingredients, which are then blended in our proprietary mixing system. This diverse mix includes:

  • Alfalfa Meal: A nutrient-rich source of nitrogen, calcium, and trace elements.
  • Worm Castings: Excellent for soil aeration and enriching soil with micro-nutrients.
  • Fishbone Meal: Rich in phosphorus, promoting root development and blooming.
  • Feather Meal: A slow-release nitrogen source, perfect for consistent growth.
  • Azomite: Packed with over 70 minerals and trace elements, enhancing plant health.
  • Potassium Sulphate: Essential for plant immunity, drought tolerance, and enzyme activation.
  • Biochar: Improves soil fertility and water retention, and sequesters carbon.
  • Rock Phosphate: A natural source of phosphorus, supporting strong root development.
  • Humic Acid: Enhances soil's nutrient retention and stimulates plant growth.
  • Kelp Meal: Full of growth hormones and nutrients, boosting plant health and resilience.
  • Gypsum: Improves soil structure and provides plants with calcium and sulfur.
  • Frass: Insect manure that acts as a natural fertilizer and soil amendment.

These ingredients are selected not just for their individual benefits but for how their combinations synergize to support healthy, vibrant plant growth. Our unique blends are designed to cater to specific gardening seasons, making each of our four pellet types stand out.

Following the blending, the homogenized mix is fed into a pellet mill. Here, the material is extruded through a steel die by rollers, which force the mix into the die's holes. As the pellets are formed, they're cut to the desired length, dried to ensure stability and longevity, and then carefully bagged, ready to bring vitality to your garden.

Our process embodies principles of circular, regenerative agriculture, utilizing sustainable inputs to create a product that not only nourishes your plants but also contributes positively to the environment. By choosing our pellets, you're supporting a system that values the health of the planet as much as the health of your garden.

Are your fertilizer pellets suitable for all types of plants, including vegetables, fruits, and flowers?

Absolutely! At Doug's Feel Good Fertilizers, our philosophy is centered around creating a harmonious balance within your garden's ecosystem, suitable for every plant type. Our unique approach to fertilizer formulation ensures that our pellets are perfectly suited for a wide range of plants, including vegetables, fruits, flowers, and more. Here's how our products align with this inclusive vision:

Seasonally Tailored, All-Purpose Nutrition: Our product line comprises four specialized pellets: Spring Root, Summer Green, Full Bloom, and Fall Renu. Each is carefully formulated to cater to the specific needs of plants at different stages of the growing season. This tailored approach ensures that all plants, regardless of type, receive the optimal blend of nutrients to support their growth, flowering, fruiting, and preparation for dormancy.

Holistic, Soil-Centric Approach: Unlike conventional fertilizers that directly feed plants and can lead to nutrient burn, Doug's Feel Good Fertilizers are designed to nourish the soil itself. This method mimics nature's own processes, where plants derive nutrients from a rich, balanced soil ecosystem. By enriching the soil, our pellets ensure that every plant can access the nutrients it needs, when it needs them, without the risk of harm caused by over-fertilization.

Safe for All Plant Types: The gentle, all-natural composition of our pellets means they're safe for the entire garden (and your family), from your tender lettuce leaves to your robust tomato plants and delicate rose bushes. Our products won't burn your plants or cause the adverse effects seen with many chemical fertilizers. Instead, they promote healthy, sustained growth across your garden.

Promoting Soil Health: By feeding the soil and not just the plants, Doug's Feel Good Fertilizers contribute to a vibrant, thriving, biodiverse soil microbiome. This rich biological environment ensures that nutrients are continuously cycled and made available to all plants. It's a sustainable approach that not only supports your current garden but also enriches the soil for future planting seasons.

In essence, our fertilizers are designed with the whole garden in mind. By focusing on creating a nutrient-rich soil environment that mirrors natural processes, Doug's Feel Good Fertilizers support a diverse array of plant life, ensuring that every gardener can enjoy bountiful harvests and beautiful blooms.

How do I apply your organic fertilizer pellets to my garden, and how often should I do it?

Using Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer pellets in your garden is a straightforward process designed to work with nature, not against it. Our pellets are crafted to nourish the soil, creating a rich, sustainable environment where plants can thrive. Here's how to apply them effectively:

For Spring Root and Fall Renu Pellets:

  • Single Application: These pellets are optimized for a one-time application each season. The Spring Root pellets should be applied as your garden wakes up in early spring, providing the essential nutrients needed for root development. Fall Renu pellets are best applied as the growing season winds down, preparing your soil and plants for the winter ahead by replenishing the nutrients that were used by your plants. 
  • Timing: Consult our application timing chart to determine the ideal application time for your specific hardiness zone. Timing is crucial to ensure your plants get the support they need exactly when they need it.

For Summer Green and Full Bloom Pellets:

  • Dual Application: These pellets can be applied twice during their respective seasons for maximum effect or just once if preferred. The Summer Green pellets support vigorous, leafy growth and overall plant health during the warmer months. In contrast, the Full Bloom pellets encourage vibrant blooms and fruit production in the mid to late-growing season. Pro-Tip: If you are having problems scratching back the soil to integrate the pellets due to shallow roots, mix the pellets into some top soil an spread around the base of the plant away from the stalk and water generously. 
  • No Risk of Burning: Thanks to the holistic nature of our fertilizer, you don't have to worry about burning your plants. Our pellets are gentle yet effective, allowing for flexible application without the fear of nutrient overload.

General Application Tips:

  • Method: Pellets can be applied directly to the soil around your plants. For new plantings, mix the pellets into the planting holes or soil before planting. For established gardens, evenly distribute the pellets around the base of each plant, gently working them into the top layer of soil if possible, then water thoroughly. This helps integrate the nutrients into the soil where they can be accessed by your plants. 
  • Watering: After applying the pellets, water your garden generously. This helps activate the pellets, allowing them to start releasing nutrients into the soil.

Frequency and Amount:

  • Refer to the package instructions for the recommended amount of pellets per square foot or meter of garden space. This will ensure you're providing just the right amount of nutrients to support your plants without waste.
  • Keep an eye on your plants and soil throughout the growing season. If your garden is particularly lush or you're growing high-feeding crops, you might adjust the frequency or amount slightly. Remember, our fertilizers are designed to be safe and will not harm your plants even if applied more liberally.

By following these guidelines, you're not just feeding your plants; you're cultivating an ecosystem in your garden that mirrors the natural way plants obtain nutrients. This approach not only supports your plants' health and productivity but also contributes to a more sustainable and resilient garden environment.

How do Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer pellets impact soil health over time?

Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer pellets are designed not just to feed plants but to nurture and improve soil health fundamentally and sustainably. Here's how our pellets positively impact soil health over time:

Enhancing Soil Structure:

  • Organic Matter: Our pellets contribute organic matter to the soil, which is crucial for maintaining soil structure. This organic matter helps create a more porous soil, improving aeration and water infiltration. Over time, this leads to better root development and plant growth.
  • Soil Aggregation: The incorporation of organic matter from our pellets encourages the formation of soil aggregates. These aggregates are essential for good soil structure, allowing for optimal water retention and drainage, and making nutrients more available to plants.

Boosting Microbial Activity:

  • Beneficial Microorganisms: Our pellets are rich in organic ingredients that stimulate microbial activity in the soil. These beneficial microorganisms play a key role in breaking down organic matter into nutrients that plants can easily uptake. Over time, this microbial activity contributes to the creation of humus, a highly fertile component of soil that supports plant growth.
  • Natural Soil Fertility: By enhancing microbial activity, our pellets help maintain and increase natural soil fertility. This biological process ensures a sustainable nutrient cycle within the soil, reducing the need for synthetic fertilizers.

Improving Nutrient Availability:

  • Slow-Release Nutrients: The slow-release nature of our pellets ensures that nutrients are made available to plants over a longer period, matching the plants' growth needs. This steady supply prevents nutrient leaching and wastage, making the soil nutrient-rich over time.
  • Balanced Nutrition: Each pellet formulation is designed to provide a balanced mix of essential nutrients. This balanced approach prevents nutrient imbalances in the soil, which can lead to soil degradation and plant health issues.

Reducing Soil Erosion and Degradation:

  • Soil Health: Healthy, structurally sound soil is less prone to erosion. By improving soil structure and increasing organic matter, our pellets help reduce the risk of soil erosion, preserving topsoil and promoting sustainable land use.
  • Sustainable Practices: The use of our organic, natural pellets supports sustainable gardening practices. Unlike synthetic fertilizers that can contribute to soil acidification and degradation, our pellets enhance soil vitality without harmful side effects.

Over time, the regular use of Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer pellets leads to a virtuous cycle of soil improvement. As soil health improves, it supports more robust plant growth, which in turn contributes more organic matter back to the soil through root growth and leaf litter. This ongoing improvement creates a sustainable, healthy, and regenerative garden ecosystem where plants can thrive year after year.

Are Doug’s Feel Good Fertilizer pellets safe for pets and wildlife that may come into contact with treated areas?

Yes, Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer pellets are designed with safety and environmental stewardship at their core, making them safe for pets and wildlife that may come into contact with treated areas. Our commitment to using 100% organic and natural ingredients means that our fertilizer pellets do not contain the harsh chemicals found in many conventional fertilizers, which can pose risks to animals and the broader ecosystem.

Key Safety Features:

  • Organic Ingredients: Each component in our pellets is sourced from natural, sustainable inputs, such as alfalfa meal, worm castings, and kelp meal, among others. These ingredients are not only beneficial for plant growth and soil health but also ensure that the product remains non-toxic and safe for all members of your garden's ecosystem, including pets and local wildlife.
  • Non-Burning Formula: Unlike some synthetic fertilizers that can harm plants and soil organisms if applied too heavily, our pellets are formulated to release nutrients slowly. This slow-release mechanism prevents nutrient overload and minimizes the risk of causing harm to pets and wildlife through direct contact or ingestion.
  • Environmental Consideration: By feeding the soil rather than just the plants, Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer pellets contribute to a healthy, balanced ecosystem. This approach supports the natural cycle of growth and decay, which is essential for maintaining a garden environment where pets and wildlife can thrive safely.

Recommendations for Pet Owners:

While our fertilizer pellets are safe, we recommend pet owners follow general best practices when applying any garden product:

  • Application Caution: Keep pets away from the garden during the application process to prevent ingestion of pellets out of curiosity. Although our pellets are safe, ingesting large amounts of any non-food product can potentially cause digestive upset in pets.
  • Watering After Application: Water the treated area thoroughly after applying the fertilizer. This helps to incorporate the pellets into the soil, reducing the chances of pets coming into direct contact with them.
  • Supervision: As with any product, supervise your pets when they are in treated areas, especially in the days immediately following application.

By adhering to these guidelines and using Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer pellets, gardeners can ensure their green spaces are not only productive and healthy but also safe and welcoming for pets and wildlife alike.

How do Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer pellets compare to synthetic fertilizers in terms of effectiveness and environmental impact?

When comparing Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer pellets to synthetic fertilizers, two key areas stand out: effectiveness and environmental impact.


  • Nutrient Release: Our organic pellets provide a slow, steady release of nutrients, mimicking the natural way plants feed. This promotes healthier, more sustainable plant growth over time. Synthetic fertilizers, while sometimes offering a quicker green-up, can lead to rapid growth that stresses plants and doesn't support long-term health or soil fertility.
  • Soil Health: Our pellets contribute to soil structure and fertility by adding organic matter. This improves water retention, aeration, and microbial activity, benefits that synthetic fertilizers cannot match. Over time, gardens treated with organic fertilizers become more resilient and productive.

Environmental Impact:

  • Sustainability: Our organic pellets are made from natural, renewable resources, reducing dependence on fossil fuels required to produce synthetic fertilizers. This approach supports circular, regenerative gardening practices.
  • Pollution: Synthetic fertilizers are a major source of water pollution, leading to nutrient runoff and eutrophication in waterways. Our organic pellets minimize nutrient leaching, thereby reducing their environmental footprint.
  • Biodiversity: Organic fertilizers support a wider range of soil life than synthetic options, promoting biodiversity both in the soil and above ground. Healthier soil leads to healthier plants and a more vibrant ecosystem.

Do Doug’s Feel Good Fertilizer pellets have an expiration date or lose effectiveness over time?

The pellets should be used within the growing season they were purchased in. Although the nutrient quality of the pellets will not necessarily diminish, the physical integrity of the pellets might be affected over time. If stored in a cool, dry place, the pellets can maintain their effectiveness for a longer period; however, exposure to moisture can cause them to break down prematurely, making them harder to apply evenly in your garden.

Our organic fertilizer pellets are designed to be as efficient and user-friendly as possible, ensuring that when you apply them to your garden, they provide the maximum benefit to your plants and soil. Here’s what you need to know about their shelf life and best storage practices:

Shelf Life:

  • While the nutrient content of our pellets remains stable over time, it’s best to use them within the growing season they are purchased to take full advantage of their optimal physical condition.
  • Over time, environmental factors like humidity can affect the pellets' structure. Though this does not reduce their nutritional value, it can impact ease of application and the uniformity of nutrient distribution.

Storage Tips:

  • Cool, Dry Place: To extend the life of your pellets, store them in a cool, dry place. This prevents moisture from compromising the pellets' integrity.
  • Sealed Container: Keeping the pellets in a sealed container or tightly closed bag will protect them from moisture and pests.
  • Avoid Direct Sunlight: Store the pellets away from direct sunlight to prevent any potential degradation of the organic materials.

Usage Recommendation:

  • If you find yourself with leftover pellets at the end of the growing season, they can still be used the following year if stored properly. Inspect the pellets before use; if they have maintained their shape and have not become excessively crumbly, they should still be effective.

While our fertilizer pellets are crafted for durability and long-lasting nutrient delivery, proper storage and timely use are key to maximizing their benefits for your garden. By following these guidelines, you can ensure that your pellets remain a potent, effective tool for enhancing soil health and plant vitality.

Can I use Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer pellets in organic gardening practices? Are they certified organic?

For gardeners dedicated to organic practices, the integrity and sourcing of the products you use are paramount. We are proud to say that every single ingredient in Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer pellets is 100% certified organic. This commitment ensures that our pellets not only nourish your garden but also align with the rigorous standards of organic gardening.

Current Certification Process:

We understand the importance of third-party validation in the organic community. That's why we're in the process of obtaining our EcoCert Certification, a globally recognized standard for organic and ecological products. This certification is rigorous and comprehensive, covering all aspects of our production process, from the sourcing of our ingredients to our manufacturing practices. We anticipate completing this certification within the next few months, further solidifying our commitment to providing products that meet the highest standards of organic integrity.

Using Our Pellets in Your Organic Garden:

  • Compatibility: Our fertilizer pellets are designed to be fully compatible with organic gardening practices. Whether you're growing vegetables, fruits, flowers, or herbs, you can be confident that using our pellets will support your garden's health without compromising your organic principles.
  • Beneficial for Soil Health: Beyond providing essential nutrients, our pellets contribute to the overall health of your soil. The organic matter in our pellets supports microbial activity and soil structure, essential components of a thriving organic garden.
  • Sustainability: By choosing our organic pellets, you're not only making a choice that's good for your garden but also one that supports the environment. Our sustainable sourcing and production practices ensure that your gardening efforts contribute to a healthier planet.

Looking Forward:

As we move forward with our EcoCert Certification, we're excited about the opportunity to provide gardeners with even greater assurance of our dedication to organic and sustainable gardening. Our goal is to support your gardening success while upholding the values that matter most to the organic community.

How should I store your organic fertilizer pellets to maintain their quality?

To ensure that Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer pellets retain their quality and effectiveness, proper storage is key. By following these storage guidelines, you can maintain the integrity of the pellets and ensure they're ready to nourish your garden when you need them:

1. Keep in a Cool, Dry Place: Moisture is the enemy of our fertilizer pellets. Store the pellets in a location that remains cool and dry to prevent them from absorbing moisture from the air, which can lead to premature breakdown or clumping.

2. Keep In Original Packaging: keep Doug’s Feel Good Fertilizer Pellets in their original packaging, ensuring it's sealed tightly after each use. This not only protects them from moisture but also from pests that might be attracted to organic materials.

3. Avoid Direct Sunlight: Store the pellets away from direct sunlight. Exposure to UV rays can degrade the quality of the organic materials over time, potentially affecting their nutritional value.

4. Keep Away from Extreme Temperatures: Both extreme heat and freezing temperatures can adversely affect the pellets. Heat can cause the pellets to dry out and become brittle, while freezing temperatures can cause moisture within the pellets to expand, leading to structural damage.

5. Label and Date: If transferring the pellets to another container, be sure to label it clearly and include the date of storage. This practice helps in tracking the age of your fertilizer and ensuring it's used within an optimal timeframe.

By adhering to these storage recommendations, you can preserve the quality of Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer pellets, ensuring they remain effective and ready to support the health and productivity of your garden. Proper storage not only extends the life of your fertilizer but also helps in maintaining the sustainability and efficacy of your gardening practices.

How long does it take to see results after applying your organic fertilizer pellets to my garden?

When using Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer pellets, it's important to understand that they are designed to work with nature, not against it. As a slow-release organic fertilizer, the benefits unfold gradually, mirroring the natural growth processes of your plants. Here’s what you can expect after applying our pellets to your garden:

Immediate Soil Improvement: While the visual impact on your plants may take some time to become apparent, the pellets begin enhancing soil health almost immediately. They start to slowly break down and integrate into the soil, improving structure and microbial activity. This creates a healthier environment for root growth and nutrient uptake.

Visible Plant Growth and Health: Generally, you can start to see noticeable improvements in your plants within a few weeks to a month after application. The exact timing can vary based on several factors, including the type of plants, the existing soil conditions, and the specific needs of your garden.

Gradual Nutrient Release: The slow-release nature of our pellets ensures that plants receive a steady supply of nutrients over an extended period. This prevents the rapid spurts of growth associated with synthetic fertilizers, leading to stronger, more resilient plants. Over time, you'll observe not just greener leaves and more robust growth, but also an improvement in flowering and fruit production for applicable plants.

Seasonal Considerations: The time of year you apply the fertilizer can also affect how quickly you see results. Applying our Spring Root pellets early in the growing season, for example, supports root development right when plants need it most. Similarly, our Summer Green, Full Bloom, and Fall Renu pellets are formulated to provide targeted support that aligns with your garden's changing needs through the seasons.

Long-Term Benefits: Beyond the immediate growing season, the use of our organic fertilizer pellets contributes to the long-term health of your garden. Over multiple seasons, you'll notice an improvement in soil quality, plant health, and overall garden vitality. This cumulative effect is one of the most significant advantages of choosing organic, slow-release fertilizers.

In summary, while patience is key when using Doug's Feel Good Fertilizer pellets, the wait is well worth it. The gradual, sustained support they provide ensures that your garden not only looks better but is genuinely healthier and more productive from the soil up. This approach aligns with our commitment to sustainable, organic gardening practices that support the long-term well-being of your garden ecosystem.

Do you offer bulk purchasing options for large gardens or commercial use?

Yes, we understand that large gardens, commercial growers, and landscaping projects require more than just retail quantities of fertilizer. That's why we're pleased to offer bulk purchasing options through our sister company, Terra Preta. This service is designed to meet the needs of those who require large volumes of our high-quality organic fertilizer pellets.

How to Purchase in Bulk:

  • Contact Information: For detailed information on bulk orders, pricing, and logistics, please reach out to our sales team at Our knowledgeable staff will assist you with your specific needs, ensuring you receive the appropriate quantity and formulation for your project.
  • Benefits of Bulk Orders: Opting for bulk purchases not only provides the quantity needed for extensive gardening and commercial projects but also offers the advantage of cost savings. Additionally, it ensures a consistent supply of our organic fertilizer, allowing for comprehensive soil and plant management over larger areas.

Tailored Solutions: Whether you're managing a commercial farm, a public garden, or an extensive landscaping project, our team at Terra Preta can work with you to identify the most effective fertilizer strategy. We offer guidance on application rates, seasonal timing, and specific product blends to meet the unique needs of your plants and soil.

By providing bulk purchasing options, we aim to support the scalability of sustainable gardening and farming practices. Our goal is to make organic, environmentally friendly fertilizer accessible to all, regardless of the size of the project.

Why is there mold growing on my soil?

Noticing mold on the soil of your potted plants or garden after applying our organic fertilizer pellets can initially be concerning. However, the presence of a white, fuzzy substance is typically a sign of saprophytic fungi. These fungi play a crucial role in the decomposition of organic matter, facilitating the cycling of nutrients, particularly nitrogen, which is essential for plant growth.

Why Mold Appears and Its Benefits:

  • Saprophytic Fungi: Often appearing as white fuzzy patches, these are beneficial fungi that break down organic materials, such as our organic fertilizer pellets. This process is vital for nutrient cycling, turning organic matter into a form that plants can readily absorb.
  • Environmental Factors: The appearance of these fungi is influenced by specific conditions in the plant's environment, such as low aeration, high moisture levels, and the presence of organic matter. These conditions are conducive to the growth of saprophytic fungi but are easily manageable.

Managing Mold Growth:

While the mold is beneficial and harmless, some gardeners may prefer to minimize its appearance. Here are a few strategies:

  • Bury the Pellets: Ensure that the fertilizer pellets are buried below the soil's surface. This not only conceals the mold as it performs its beneficial role but also may help in preventing its growth on the soil surface.
  • Improve Aeration and Drainage: Mixing the pellets into a larger volume of soil or ensuring your potting mix is well-draining can increase aeration, discouraging visible mold growth. Good drainage helps prevent waterlogging, which contributes to excessive mold growth.
  • Adjust Watering Practices: Over-watering can exacerbate mold growth by creating overly moist conditions. Adjust your watering schedule to ensure the soil has a chance to dry out somewhat between waterings.
  • Increase Sunlight Exposure: Placing your plant in a location with more sunlight can help dry out the soil surface, reducing the prevalence of mold. However, be mindful of your plant's light requirements to avoid stress or damage.

The Takeaway:

The appearance of white, fuzzy mold on your soil after applying organic fertilizer pellets is a natural and beneficial process, indicating active decomposition and nutrient cycling within the soil. This mold is harmless to both your plants and the environment. If its presence is undesirable, the strategies mentioned above can help manage its growth without negating its benefits. Remember, these fungi are allies in your garden, working behind the scenes to create a healthier, more fertile environment for your plants.

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