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9 Reasons to Garden with Coop Poop this Spring

9 Reasons to Add Coop Poop to your Garden & Landscaping

Want to know the secret ingredient in successful gardens? Would you believe it's chicken poop? Believe it or not, this magical poop can make a world of difference in your garden and your landscaping.
Here's 9 reasons why you should pick some up next time you visit our Garden Center. 
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1) It's made with humanely treated egg laying hens on a sustainable farm. 

2) It's local.  Coop Poop and the full line of Healthy Grow fertilizers is made in Pearl City, Illinois - less than a 2 hour drive from our Garden Center. For gardeners dedicated to earth-friendly solutions, this is about as good as it gets.

3) This garden and lawn fertilizer is aerobically composted which means neither heat or accelerants are used to create it.  It is a slower process, but the result is a compost that maintains all its living microbes and nutrients, plus its virtually odorless.
4) Coop Poop is backed by years of reliable university research and has consistently outperformed other organic alternatives available. 

5) Coop Poop is great for lawns!  The high calcium content helps the lawn fight diseases like rust and summer patch.  The organic blend won't burn like traditional lawn fertilizers and can be applied anytime, even in summer.  As a matter of fact... Healthy Grow-Pro (a professionally packaged version) is the fertilizer used by the grounds crew at Wrigley Field!  One bag of Healthy Grow Coop Poop covers 4,000 square feet. 

6)  Its great for vegetables and herbs!  Healthy Grow Coop Poop is OMRI listed, because who wants chemicals like Miracle Gro on their food??

7)  Its also great for perennial and annual beds!  Apply at a rate of 2.5 lbs per 100 square feet and then top dress every 3-4 weeks. 

8) It makes the BEST compost tea.  If you make your own compost tea you should try it with Coop Poop.  Its already loaded with beneficial micro organisms.  Just soak and spray!  (link to how to make compost tea)

9) Its on sale!  We really want you to try it, we know you'll be hooked once you do.  So stock up while its on sale.  Regular price $12.99  Sale $9.99 for a limited time.


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