It all  starts with good soil

Desire to save the planet through the pursuit of sustainable environmental practices.

 

And like you, we at Kristy K Organics have an innate desire to care for all living systems, such as plants. We are a women-owned and family-operated business started by multi-generational organic farmers offering products dedicated to supporting the efforts to preserve Earth’s resources through healthy and organic planting soil.

Kristy K Organics 
Soil and Garden Products

Shredded Bark Mulch by Kristy K Organics

Shredded Mulch

Premium Organic Compost by Kristy K Organics

Premium Organic Compost

Organic Chicken Manure Pellets by Kristy K Organics

Organic Chicken Manure Pellets

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RECIPES & GROWING TIPS

Why us?

At Kristy K Organics, it's about family.  Our family.

Your family.

We want safe, quality soils and fertilizers for your family and ours so the next generation can thrive.

100% NATURAL

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100% RENEWABLE

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Revolutionary Lawn Care that Benefits the Earth

 

Everybody loves a beautiful lawn. Neighbors admire it. Children play on it. We relish the natural beauty it offers to complement our homes, but did you know that healthy lawns also have the power to capture and hold the harmful carbon dioxide the contributes to global warming and pollution?  By feeding the soil beneath the grass with beneficial, chemical free fertilizer, we can potentially capture between 46.0 to 127.1 grams of carbon per square meter per year.    

 

With specially formulated organic fertilizers and soil supplements from Kristy K Organics, anyone can feed their lawn the nutrients needed to create rich, proper organic living soil.

Soil Conditioners That Protect More than Plants

 

Chemical pesticides kill more than weeds and pests. They destroy the beneficial elements and organisms that produce the nutrients plants need to grow, causing them to weaken and become susceptible to diseases.

 

Once plants reach their holding capacity for such chemicals, the remainder gets absorbed into the ground – jeopardizing the health of surrounding soil and the groundwater.

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CUSTOM PACKAGING SOLUTIONS

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651 Lincoln Loop

Sauk Centre, MN 56378

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