Our customers love our product! Hear from some of our customers below about their experiences using the PooPeas fertilizer.
The Home Grower
Doug Sato, Boise ID, Avid skier / Gardner
“Last year after using POOpeas we had the most fruit on our
tomato plants that we ever had in 34 years of gardening.”
John Dodson, Assistant Professor, Horticulture Technology Program at the College of Western Idaho
“I first became aware of POOpeas organic soil movement in 2010 and have used it in informal trials in varying landscape and garden plantings representing varying soil types and irrigation methods.
In the 36 years of my professional involvement in the Horticulture industry I have seen, used, and tested a LOT of different organic soil amendments: manures; washed manures; bedding and manure combinations; composts; and municipal sludge and wastes, to name a few. Read more
Clair Schwan, Home Field Tester of PooPeas Organic Fertilizer for Houseplants
“I think you’ll find this product lives up to it’s claims as a remedy for sick house plants. It’s an organic fertilizer that is clean and easy to use, has no odor, and I found it to be rather economical as well. One scoop of the poop provided several glasses of manure tea. I just poured off the liquid and refilled the glass with fresh water to make another batch with the leftovers at the bottom of the glass.” Read the full experiment here.
The Landscape Pro
Darren Valentine – Evergreen Nursery
“We have had customers with improved bloom color & quantity on virtually ALL flowering varieties we offer ( Roses, Daylilies, and Crape Myrtles just to name a few ), and have had excellent comments on the increased color & overall vigor of all evergreen species. The use of POOpeas really seems to benefit the silver / blue colored evergreen selections – such as Colorado Blue Spruce, Junipers, etc.
I can truly say that I have yet to see a customer experience any loss or failed planting when they have purchased POOpeas for use with their new plantings. We typically recommend its use mixed with water as a drench at the time of planting, and then followed up with a monthly application as a top dressing ( along with mulching, etc as usual ). Have yet to see any issues with root burn or damage on any species we offer…..even in the heat of summer!!! That was NEVER the case with traditional, chemical based fertilizers & plant foods.” Read more
The Dirt Diva
Mary Ann Newcomer,
Author, Rocky Mountain Gardeners Handbook, published October 2012
The Dirt Diva, on the River Radio, 94.9
“POOpeas may be the single, most efficient, clean, tidy, handy, nutritious, and affordable organic fertilizer you can buy. Odorless and granular, dust free, PooPeas is my fertilizer of choice. I use it by the cupful in my garden containers when I plant. During the growing season, I apply it to my raised vegetable beds, perennial borders, essentially anywhere I am working in the garden. Before applying a fresh layer of mulch to the garden areas in the spring and fall, I scatter POOpeas evenly over the beds so it can do it can break down throughout the seasons. It makes a wonderful top dressing for a freshly mowed lawn. Apply it once or twice, especially in the fall after the last mowing.” Read More
The Home Owner
Christie, Hopeful Homeowner
“Let me start with —I am known as the girl that cannot grow a thing! As I purchased my new home I spent more time working with the Landscaper then I did with the home designer. I wanted the perfect trees and shrubs and by perfect I mean perfect in placement color and size. So as the trees and shrubs were delivered I allowed this take place and watched out my window as everything was carefully planted… They are professionals I thought as the yard took shape. The crew finished placement of the 3 trees and 10 shrubs ( as per our new home allowance and contract) and I watered them as instructed. I was told that I needed to do nothing more than water them ,the fresh soil and perfect placement was “plenty”. As an enthusiastic new home owner I thought seeing my yard “grow” that it needs a few more items : more hostas another tree and several ornamental grasses and perennial plants.” Read more