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PRO-MIX Premium Moisture Potting Mix 2 Cu. ft. Compressed Soil $12.88 Pick-up or FS on $35+

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Available at Wal-Mart for pick up or free shipping on $35+ orders. If you have been using Miracle-Gro potting soil, this is a better alternative. This is regular retail price, but rarely is it offered with free shipping. Pro-Mix is sold at nurseries, but this packaging is exclusive to Wal-mart.
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Wow, that is "dirt" cheap!
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Thanks OP. Anyone know if the two bags are EACH compressed? Or if you open the container, both are then "open"? (I'm curious about long-term storage of one of the bags.) Otherwise, I'm "soiled."
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Does this have fertilizer in it?
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Price is deceiving. This is the normal everyday price.
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That's the all purpose mix. Unavailable near me but 2x compressed volume.

This pack is only 1 cubic compressed while 2 cubic feet compressed of spagnum moss is <$10

Even though this is normal price, it is one of the better potting mixes.
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Quote from Sugartoes :
Price is deceiving. This is the normal everyday price.
He said that, but it's free shipping which never happens for soil/potting mix
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Thanks OP. Anyone know if the two bags are EACH compressed? Or if you open the container, both are then "open"? (I'm curious about long-term storage of one of the bags.) Otherwise, I'm "soiled."
There's 2 cu ft of potting mix, but it's compressed in one bag. It has a grab handle for easy transport.
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This Lowe's item has been unavailable for years. Lowe's discontinued the Pro-Mix line more than 5 years ago.
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Wow, that is "dirt" cheap!
Soiled myself when I saw this comment. I can totally dig it.
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Got 3. Any opinions on if I can use this to level spots in the yard?
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If anyone's wondering, Premier's Pro-Mix line is arguably the best stuff in the business. I buy it by the bale. I haven't tried this moisture stuff, but they're typically quite deliberate and methodical in crafting their products. I'd readily buy it at this price if I needed it.
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Got 3. Any opinions on if I can use this to level spots in the yard?
If you're not joking, that'd be a waste and only a temporary solution. What you want is cheap topsoil, not anything made up of organic matter (peat, coir, bark, etc.), which is what is in potting mixes and most so-called garden soils. Besides being much more expensive, potting mix like this is designed for container growing. If you try to level your yard with it, it'll be OK for a short time, but the organic matter will break down in short order and leave you with the same unevenness in your yard. Seriously, cheap topsoil is perfect for leveling.
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If you're not joking, that'd be a waste and only a temporary solution. What you want is cheap topsoil, not anything made up of organic matter (peat, coir, bark, etc.), which is what is in potting mixes and most so-called garden soils. Besides being much more expensive, potting mix like this is designed for container growing. If you try to level your yard with it, it'll be OK for a short time, but the organic matter will break down in short order and leave you with the same unevenness in your yard. Seriously, cheap topsoil is perfect for leveling.
Thanks for clearing that up for me. I'm guessing once I saw what I actually bought I would've realized it wasn't for leveling. I'll have plenty for my hanging baskets and planters now for the spring.
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