Kettle Lake Topsoil in Guelph
Looking for topsoil in Guelph?
Kettle Lake Soil is an organic topsoil that contains no additives or dyes. Coming directly from a glacier made Kettle lake, this topsoil is rich in organic nutrients derived from hundreds of years of decomposing lake matter. So if you want healthy gardens, lawns, and crops and vegetable gardens and flower gardens that have never looked so lush, you can only get this by using Kettle Lake Soil, topsoil directly from a Kettle Lake. Using Kettle Lake topsoil your crops will provide healthier yields and stand up to drought conditions.
Kettle Lake topsoil has no additives, therefore, it takes on its natural colour and properties. It exhibits a grey-brown colour, retains moisture extremely well and when it begins to dry out it forms a crust on the top layer locking in moisture below (depending on application).
Kettle Lake topsoil is screened from rocks and debris and is ready for your farm, yard, garden or backyard greenhouse.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- How do I know your topsoil is good? To ensure you are getting a top quality product, we had an analysis completed. See the results of these tests here.
- How much does it cost for Kettle Lake topsoil? Pricing and Delivery Questions?
- How much topsoil should I order, can you help me decide? How much topsoil do I need?
- What can I expect from your topsoil? What to expect from Kettle Lake topsoil.
- Where do I find reviews of your topsoil? Read Kettle Lake topsoil testimonials.
- Where can I get this topsoil? At our topsoil yard or we can deliver to your door.
There is no product on the market like Kettle Lake topsoil. Most compositions are full of chemical dyes and fillers such as mulch or ground bark. Kettle Lake topsoil comes direct from the lake, is packed with nutrients, and is purely natural. We add nothing to it, so you get authentic soil right from its origin. David Taliano
Nutrient rich organic topsoil is dredged from a Kettle Lake.
Kettle lakes, caused by receding glaciers are thousands of years old. Left untouched, they can fill in. Dredging enables the lake to flourish for years to come.
What people think of Kettle Lake topsoil
Lorne C. Wallace
Last year I used reclaimed Kettle Lake Soil for the foundation of my new lawn just above the garden here. I’m already cutting that grass, well ahead of other grass on my property, without any fertilizer added. Now I’m building this large garden and the boxes are filled with lake soil raring to go! Lorne C. Wallace
Do you know how I can arrange delivery? Last year we picked up, but I’d like a bigger load this year… thanks for your help!
Will you be having a Kettle Lake Soil sale this year?
I love it!
Al and Doreen
I planted a vegetable garden in pure Kettle Lake Soil to prove that it was capable of growing vegetation. The seeds that I planted were corn, beets, zucchini, radishes, string beans (yellow and green) and carrots. I have pictures of the harvest beside a measuring ruler to show the size. The carrots, beets and radishes were easy to harvest as they pulled out and shook off, no shovel required.
It was spread on my hay fields with a hydra-push manure spreader and another hay field was planted in the previous dewatering sediment site. The hay grows quickly and lushly.
We used Kettle Lake Soil and were amazed at how tall and lushes the hay turned out. With our field, we were able to get an extra harvest because of how fertile the lake sediment is!
J. Frieburger – Allscape, Indoor & Outdoor scaping.
We’ve been using Kettle Lake in all sorts of applications, especially with new plantings and new seed/sod. It is so easy to work with and we have had great results!