Organic Compost, Composted Top Soil, Planting Potting Soil, Screened Top Soil, Screened Fill Dirt & Unscreened Fill Dirt. No Bio Solids! Horticulture Compost only. Our compost will help you grow beautiful vegetables, ornamentals, trees, sod or lawn. It is suitable for variety of uses and applications where compost is needed to increase the nutrients in the soil. Dump Truck Loads availalbe or by the bag.
We take in all horticulture debris - palm fronds, palm trees, limbs, braches, bushes, sod, grass scrapings, brush, roots, stumps, logs, etc. If it's brown or green and untreated, we take it!.
MW Horticulture Recycling Facility is the premier leader in Organic Compost in Southwest Florida. We are a family owned & operated DEP licensed horticulture recycling facility with 2 locations in Lee County. We have the equipment on site to recycle 100% of the material we take in using state of the art Vermeer trammel screener and Vermeer horizontal grinder on tracks. No materials leaves our site without being recycled first. We don't add any bio solids, manure or pretreated wood or any other foreign objects to our soil and our compost comes from yard debris only. Our material has been approved to be used on Certified Organic Farms. University of Florida's Soil Testing Laboratory has said that our Nutrient Values are Well Above Average. Our Compost has high levels of Phosphorus, Potassium, Magnessium and Calcium. This compost is great for your backyard garden or organic farm. We are a family run business and every visit you will meet the staff that keeps our quality high and our customer service superior.
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NOW 2 LOCATIONS IN SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
SOUTH FT MYERS - 6250 Thomas Rd, Ft Myers
NORTH FT MYERS - 17610 East St, North Ft Myers
Grapple Services also available . 50 yard claw trucks and 100 yard live bottoms (walking floors) available to come to you and pick up your yard debris. To schedule a truck for yard waste pick up, contact us to schedule a pickup.
Physical Benefits - Improved Structure - Compost can greatly enhance the physical structure of soil. Moisture Management - The addition of comost may provide greater drought resistance and more efficient water utilization. Therfore, the frequency and intensity of irrigation may be reduced. Recent research aslo suggest that the adition of compost in sandy soils can facilitate moisture dispersion by allowing water to more readily move laterally from it's point of application.
Chemical Benefits - Modifies and Stabilizes Ph; Increases Cation Exchange Capacity and Provides Nutrients
Biological Benefits - Provides Soil Biota and Suppresses Plant Diseases.
Additional Benefits - Binds Contaminants, Degrades Compounds, Weland Restortion, Erosion Control and Weed Control
PRESS RELEASE 8/14/15
Local Southwest Florida company MW Horticulture Recyclying Facility Inc. has been accepted into the prestigious US Composting Council's Seal of Testing Assurance program (STA). Their STA Certified Compost now places them in the elite class of commercial compost manufacturers who invest the time, effort and dollars to produce and test a safe and beneficial product. It was only after completing very extensive compost testing that they were able to obtain this recognition. MW Horticulture Recycling is the only private company in Lee County to receive this prestigious designation and part of a msall group of 8 other government and private companies statewide.
MW Horticulture Recycling is a yard waste facility with 2 locations in Lee County. Their south yard is located at 6250 Thomas Rd, Ft Myers and they recently opened up a 2nd location in North Ft Myers at 17610 East Street. They take in yard waste from local landscapers and tree companies. Through a thorough process of sorting their feedstock, grinding, win rowing, heating, watering and screening they create an organic compost that they sell retail and wholesale by the yard or bag. Compost use on lawns, trees, ornamentals, fruit trees and shrubs greatly increase they physical, chemical and biological composition of your soil and health of the plants.
Edible Fruit Trees. We carry the fruit trees that you can grow in Florida and that come from very reputable growers here in the local marketplace.
Mulch - Natural hardwood mulch made from mostly Pine and Oak screened using 2 to 4" screen.