Just hoping you all have a wonderful and safe fourth of July from all of us at Earth & Turf Products LLC. We always have a reason to celebrate because all our topdressers are made right here in the USA with our US labor force. We really appreciate your business and the many kind words […]
Earth and Turf Products, LLC will be exhibiting at the first ever Mother Earth News Fair in Frederick, MD. We will be exhibiting June 2nd and 3rd. We will be displaying our 220 topdresser for spreading compost on turf and raised beds. We will also be featuring new tractor attachments for our sister company Earth […]
We bought the 2 beaters with the machine I want to purchase the cross conveyor in the future. The videos I sent are in a field with the trees planted 7 ft x 7 ft patten. I am sending another where I am spreading compost in a field with a 6ft x 6 ft pattern. […]
Serenbe Farms loves their Earth & Turf raised bed spreader! Serenbe Farms is a small diversified certified organic farm located in the Serenbe community and surrounded by the rural oasis of the Chattahoochee Hill Country, just 30 miles southwest of Atlanta. The farm began in 2004, and now in its 11th growing season. We cultivate 8 acres […]
Green Wagon Farms loves their Earth & Turf raised bed spreader! Watch the video of their unit in action here – Raised Bed Spreder Serebene Green Wagon Farm began in 2010–by our founder and co-owner, Chad Anderson. Chad farmed while in the Peace Corps in Uganda and at Groundswell Farm in Zeeland before launching his […]
With topdressing season just around the corner it is time to think about the fact that any turf manager can help improve our soils by topdressing with compost or compost blends. This market is growing and as people become more aware of the fact that growing grass on synthetic fertilizers which are short term and […]
Earth & Turf Products is exhibiting at the Green & Growing Show in Greensboro, NC today (1/18) & tomorrow (1/19). Although Greensboro received 7-8″ of snow, the show must go on! Come visit us at booth 1610!
Compost Improves Turfgrass Helps Control Thatch Provides Nutrients Helps the Soil Retain and Release Nutrients Helps Suppress Disease-Causing Bacteria & Fungi Improves the Turf Roof System These advantages are due to the living organisms in the compost, as well as the partially degraded materials that provide compost’s bulk. When compost is further degraded by microorganisms […]