Winter Hours begin OCTOBER 15, 2018 10am-5pm

Custom Amendment Blends & Consulting Services

Precision soil testing services, analysis and amendment formulation by an experienced and professional team

Utilizing a cooperative approach that combines expert knowledge of the microbial life in the soil and innovative biological remediation methods and designs, Soilscape Solutions provides you with the tools and education to self-sufficiently manage your soil fertility program.


Integrated Soil Fertility Management

Soilscape Solutions addresses the needs of each client and site to assess and determine the most efficient and effective soil fertility program that integrates the complex biological, chemical, physical, economic, and social processes of the soil. The use of this whole-systems design does not degrade the environment, and is economically viable and socially acceptable. Thus, it sustainably manages and uses natural resources to meet people's needs both now and in the future.

Integrated soil fertility management is the key to raising productivity levels while maintaining the natural resource base. This approach aims to improve soil organic matter through the combined use of soil amendments, organic materials, and mineral fertilizers to replenish soil nutrient pools, maximize on-site cycling of nutrients, reduce nutrient losses to the environment and improve the efficiency of sustainably-sourced, external inputs.

Soilscape Solutions practices this management approach in order to allow natural systems to serve as the template for managed systems and can be applied to farm, field, garden, turf, orchard, vineyard, greenhouse, compost or vermi-compost to bring synergy and diversity to each site.

"The soil is the great connector of lives, the source and destination of all. It is the healer and restorer and resurrector, by which disease passes into health, age into youth, death into life. Without proper care for it we can have no community, because without proper care for it we can have no life."

- Wendell Berry, The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture