Costa Mesa, CA, August 07, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Larry's Building Materials, with supply yards in Costa Mesa and Laguna Beach, has joined a growing list of outlets distributing Agromin organic soil products in Orange County. Open to professionals and do-it-yourselfers since 1959, Larry's carries all sorts of masonry and landscaping materials.
Larry's, along with South Coast Supply in Huntington Beach and Los Alamitos, sells Agromin products in bulk. Rainbow Environmental Services (Gate 7) in Huntington Beach sells Agromin products in bags and bulk.
"We're systematically expanding our reach so eventually landscapers and homeowners will be able to find our products throughout Orange County," says Tom Kelley, Agromin's vice president of sales and business development who is based in Huntington Beach.
Agromin products are made from recycled green materials. Over 380,000 tons are collected each year. Using a safe, natural and chemical-free process, the material is cleaned, ground and processed into mulch and soil amendments as well as being used for a variety of custom soil blends. Agromin's Potting Mix and Compost 100 have been approved for use by USDA certified organic food producers. A large volume of Agromin products are used by vegetable, strawberry and citrus growers throughout California.
"Whether professional growers, landscapers or weekend gardeners, our customers help close the organics recycling loop," says Kelley. "By using products made from local recycled organic materials, they are helping to renew soil resources, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and decrease the need for oil-based fertilizers and chemicals. They do all that while enjoying healthy, fast growing trees and plants."
For a list of locations where Agromin products are sold, go to www.Agromin.com or contact Kelley at 760-644-8497, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Agromin, with headquarters in Oxnard, California, manufactures earth-friendly soil products for farmers, landscapers and gardeners. Agromin is also the organics recycler for over 50 Southern California communities. Each month, Agromin receives more than 30,000 tons of organic material and then uses a safe, natural and sustainable process to transform the material into premium soil products. The results are more vigorous and healthier plants and gardens, and on the conservation side, the opportunity to close the recycling circle, allow more room in landfills and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.