About Down To Earth Organic Fertilizers

Down To Earth Fertilizer - Natural Organic and OMRI Listed for Organic Gardening

DTE Brand (Down To Earth) Fertilizer​



Down To Earth est. in 1977
 
Highest Quality Ingredients
We take pride in offering only the highest quality ingredients, which contributes to an effective and environmentally friendly approach to plant care, crop fertilization and soil management. For more than 30 years, Down To Earth™ has been carefully formulating our fertilizers, soil amendments, potting soils, and composts from the best sources of organic plant nutrients in ideal proportions, without the use of synthetics, growth stimulants, or low quality fillers, such as poultry waste. So, whether it’s one of our multi-purpose blends, single ingredient fertilizers, or specialized soil amendments or organic soil improvers, you can always be confident that you are providing your customers, garden or farm the best product available.

Versatility in Application
Our products are used by home gardeners, nurseries, commercial and greenhouse growers, both conventional and organic, who want an eco-friendly alternative to traditional chemical fertilizers and soil amendments. Garden centers who want to appeal to the eco-conscious gardener can offer our professional grade, field tested products to improve their harvest, strengthen soil health, and promote a sustainable approach to home gardening.

Organic Production
Down To Earth Fertilizers and Organic Soil Improvers utilize high quality material inputs that meet or exceed the standards set forth by the USDA National Organic Program (NOP), and that are approved for use in organic crop production. Most of our products are currently listed on the OMRI Products List or CDFA Organic Input Materials List. Please note the “OMRI” and CDFA ”OIM" logos throughout the catalog that identify which products have been reviewed to determine that they are NOP compliant.

Read about our unique natural fertilizer box design Here.


NOTE:
Certified organic operators are encouraged to check with their certifying agent for a final determination
of the acceptability of any product before purchase, application and inclusion in their farm plan.
Learn about the difference between our SINGLE and BLENDED Fertilizers and what the numbers on the box mean.
For "Understanding fertilizer N-P-K", click Here.
 
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