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Living soil for nutrient dense potted and raised bed plants. Just mulch and water it! Stop using chemical fertilisers.  Get great yields and produce harvests with incredible nutrient density and complexity of flavour and aroma.


Living soil for complete crop cycles

NASAA Certified Organic   

Living soil blend, for all potted and raised bed plants. Easily grow the highest quality, nutrient dense and vibrant crops. Unlock genetic potential of your favourite varieties for amazing plant phytochemical production. Produce excellent yields without the need for any liquid synthetic fertilisers. High total cation exchange and water holding capacity with optimal air porosity. Mineral balanced, guided by analysis from EAL Laboratories and Logan Labs. Our soil formula has an optimal, balanced nutrient profile. This has been accurately achieved by testing and amending to industry standard nutrient target levels. These nutrient targets are met with high quality, whole, single source soil amendments on a worm castings, compost, peat and lava rock base. The result is a potting soil with optimal physical qualities for soil biology and roots to thrive. Contains balanced, plant available nutrients and a huge store of organic nutrients to feed soil biology for future plant use in long season growing cycles. This soil blend is produced using the best possible quality control measures for an incredibly consistent nutrient profile  and physical characteristics. These quality factors promote high populations and diversity of beneficial soil biology in each bag. This soil can be lightly amended during and between cycles for reuse over and over to achieve many rewarding harvests.

  • Living organic soil, thriving with microbial life.
  • Certified organic NASAA
  • Made in Australia
  • Nutrient dense. Minimal or no fertilisers required to achieve great yields.
  • Maximise genetic expression and yield potential of your favourite plant varieties. Experience complex and amazing flavours and aromas from natural terpene production.
  • Reduce waste. No bottles, soil or root balls to throw away.


Sphagnum peat moss, worm castings, lightweight scoria, horticultural grade compost, walnut shell biochar, paramagnetic basalt rock dust, malted barley, soft ag lime, grade 1 natural gypsum, Tasmanian kelp meal, Bardee insect frass, neem seed meal, fish meal, colloidal soft rock phosphate, amino chelated manganese, amino chelated copper

This is a living soil that promotes an ecosystem of beneficial microorganisms and predator insects. Over time you will see a diverse ecosystem of insects underneath the mulch. They are part of the soil food web that helps to break down organic matter and releases nutrients in a plant available form. Some will even produce compounds that destroy pests, boost natural plant immunity and protect plants from disease! 

Easy As Organics Water Only Soil is a perfect base for no till gardening and can be re-used with proper care. Research more to find out about this sustainable gardening system. Start with our helpful FAQ.



How to use

  1. Pick the right size container for your plants. If growing heavy-feeding annuals, a minimum of 50L soil per plant will provide adequate nutrients for complete growing cycles.
  2. Fill your containers up to about 50mm from the top with Easy As Organics Living Soil. Do not compact, allow soil to settle naturally.
  3. Evaporate chlorine from tap water in a reservoir before use. You can use your water in less than an hour if aerating with aquarium stones.
  4. Slowly water soil with a sprayer or watering can until evenly moist throughout the container. Allow up to 24 hours for complete soil hydration. Repeat the process if needed until you can squeeze a handful of soil and it forms a clump.
  5. Place your seedling or cutting firmly in the centre of the pot and cover the root ball with more soil. Apply a small amount of water to set new seedling or rooted cutting in place.
  6. Place a 20mm layer of organic straw mulch on top.
  7. To maintain peak plant health, avoid overwatering by aiming for soil that is evenly moist with no runoff. This will ensure adequate oxygen in the rootzone, promote an aerobic microbial community and efficient, plant driven nutrient cycling for maximum genetic expression.

For further info on using teas and topdressing to maximise performance in your living soil, check out our amendment guide. Please read our blog and knowledge base PDF’s for more in depth info on organic cultivation.

Additional information
Weight 18 kg
Dimensions 50 × 33 × 16 cm
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