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FAQ > General Information > What is the Difference Between Dirt and Soil?

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Soil is dirt with a purpose. Organic Soil has been improved and amended for the purpose of organic agriculture. Good soil has organic matter, and is alive with living things like worms and microbes. It has the right pH level, a consistency that allows for water retention and root growth, and the right combination of organic nutrients readily available to a plant.

Last updated on November 27, 2011 by Matthew Kokenes