Manufacturer of Premium Potting Soils
We supply both bagged and bulk potting soils for growers and gardeners in the Southeast. Our all natural products from locally sourced ingredients are always peat-free and compost-based for a nutrient dense soil that your plants will love.
Just Add Water
Our potting mixes feature a full suite of essential nutrients and minerals and come ready to use. Why settle for a big box store product that is mostly filler? You can rest at ease knowing that your plants have plenty of nutrients to feed on with DCOG soils.
An Ecosystem in Every Bag
Unlike the chemically derived, inert growing media that are commonplace throughout the industry, our living soils feature microorganisms, beneficial bacteria and mycorrhiza. The use of naturally enriched soil conditioners such as organic compost and pure worm castings are alive with these living organisms. This soil food web increases the bio-availability of nutrients and builds your plants resilience and help suppress plant disease.
Peat Moss is an unsustainable product widely used in the horticulture industry that is derived from the extraction of peat from environmentally sensitive wetlands. Coco coir is a renewable plant byproduct derived from the husk of the coconut that performs exceptionally in a potting soil. Coir re-wets easily, retains moisture, and is resistant to compaction, providing more air space for bigger root growth.
The Soil Workshop
Putting our Soils to the Test in our Trials Greenhouse.
Mission Statement: Dirtcraft Organics is proud to call the mountains of Western North Carolina our home. These southern Appalachian mountains are widely recognized as one of the most biologically diverse regions in the temperate world for which we take much inspiration. As farmers and homesteaders we know that a vibrant and healthy landscape starts with the life in the soil. Our passion for soils is rooted in building a sustainable agriculture system. Modern industrial agriculture has focused on chemical solutions at the detriment of living systems for too long. We believe that healthy soils hold the key to solving the triple threat of climate change, biodiversity loss and food security.