"Going to Arbor/Earth Day will hopefully get most of those attending in the mood to start or expand their garden," says Bill Camarillo, Agromin CEO. "The planting mix is particularly effective in conditioning sandy or clay soil but is excellent when planting vegetables, flowers, roses and shrubs. It gives soil the nutrients it needs and the right texture to allow air and water to reach plant, tree and lawn root systems."
Agromin processes more than 385,000 tons of green waste each year. The green material is collected at curbside in the Conejo Valley and throughout Ventura County and is then chopped, cleaned and naturally composted before becoming soil products. The products are then distributed to farmers, landscapers and to consumers in bags or in bulk. "Just by using one of the free bags of planting mix means you're doing your part locally to close the recycling circle," says Camarillo.
The planting mix is available on a first come, first served basis.
For more information on green material recycling, visit http://www.agromin.com. For more information about Thousand Oaks Arbor/Earth Day, go to http://www.toaks.org/