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Pure Rice Hulls

SAFE AND EFFICIENT CHOICE TO HELP YOUR PLANTS THRIVE!

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Are you looking for the most sustainable and natural soil amendment to help your plants thrive? Introducing Pure Rice Hulls: the safe and efficient choice for gardeners who care about their environment. 

With Pure Rice Hulls, there's no need to worry about adequate drainage--they have a high porosity that's ideal for bulking up the soil without the hassle. Plus, they're 100% organic and renewable--a byproduct of agriculture otherwise considered waste! All while being OMRI-listed, too; what more could you ask for? 

Rice Hulls also have a nearly neutral pH balance, so they play nicely with existing garden soils and good microbes too. Plus, they are less dusty than mined soil amendments, so you don't have as much mess or cause any environmental damage. How awesome is that!? 

By investing in Pure Rice Hulls today, you don’t just get a sustainable option – you get to be an environmental hero by reducing your gardening carbon footprint with just one click of the mouse!

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Check out our recipes to use with your Rice Hulls!

Help your plants thrive in the best way by getting the Pure Rice Hulls today!

Organic Vegetables
For Use On:

Trees and Shrubs

Lawn

Gardens

Potager Gardens

Raised Gardens

Outdoor Containers

Indoor Containers

Herb Gardens

Container Growing Tips

Watering: Only water your plants when the soil is dry. Use a tray or saucer to catch water that drains from the bottom of the pot. Do not let plants stand in water. Outdoor container plants might need to be watered more often (once per day during hot, dry weather). Light: Some plants like to be in direct sunlight while other prefer shade. Check the plant tag or ask someone at your local garden center to find out what kind of exposure your plant needs. Feeding: Frequent watering can wash nutrients away from the roots of your plant. Feed  plants at least monthly during the growing season with an Espoma Organic Plant Food beginning two weeks after planting.

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