Specials and Events
Free Product Giveaway Saturday!
Second Saturday of the Month
Don’t miss out…it only happens once a month!
San Pasqual Valley Soils loves to donate back to our community. Each month, only on the second Saturday of the month, we will offer a single product of our choosing for free to the public. We invite you to come and load up whatever amount you need for your own benefit. Free if self-loaded into your vehicle using your tools. Product must be tarped or contained.
We will load any standard pick-up truck or small trailer (approx. 1-2 cubic yds) for a fee of $10/load. Guests that would like larger quantities must self-load it manually or purchase the material at our standard wholesale price which includes loading at no additional cost. Delivery of purchased material is available for a fee throughout San Diego county by San Pasqual Valley Soils trucks.
We have had a wonderful response to our Free Product Giveaways! Thank you to everyone that has participated!
Our Next “Free Product Giveaway Saturday” is November 13, 2021 from 7 am to 1:30 pm.
Our featured product for the Free Product Giveaway Saturday in October is our California Native Mulch!
Stay tuned for the November Featured Product!
All guests must comply with our SPVS Public Event Safety Guidelines in the attachment below.
October Featured Product
This versatile mulch is a great all around product for refreshing your landscape and preparing for erosion control on slopes in anticipation of the upcoming winter rains. It contains both fine and coarse compost which makes it ideal for supporting vegetative growth on bare soil. It will also help keep a “1-2 inch layer of compost mulch” in place on steep slopes exposed to heavy rains, thereby minimizing loss of the mulch and the underlying soil.
California Native Mulch can be used with our new Blower Truck Mulch Installation Service for an even, professional look. Ask us for details.
To learn more about erosion control, check out Dr. K’s Blog.
Use our Calculator to figure out how much you need.
To order call (760) 746-4769
Or send us your order (or questions) with our “Request a Quote form”
Check out our product delivery information at Pick up/Delivery webpage.
Our newest product gets a boost from Mother Nature! Earthworms are used to produce organic castings which are an excellent soil amendment that helps develop stronger root systems by enriching the biology and structure of the soil. This amendment is also packed full of beneficial microbes which will ensure that you have healthier soil. Benefits include better soil aeration and moisture retention.
For best results, follow our general use guidelines. Available in 20 quart sized bags.
Our latest specialty soil mix is formulated specifically for cacti, succulents, and caudiciforms! Alchemy combines SPVS compost with coconut coir and pumice to help retain moisture while providing great drainage. This amazing soil will help you grow healthy plants! Available in 1.5 cubic foot bags.
Look below to see how happy the succulents and cactus grown in this blend at SPVS are! Find out more.
Our Nitro-Blend Compost provides all the great benefits of our Valley’s Best Compost® and Planter’s Blend Compost packed into one super product! This is a great time to add some compost to existing garden beds or to top-dress your lawn before the summer heat. Your plants and lawn will thank you! See how our compost helped improve a customer’s lawn in just two months! Try it and watch your landscape and garden thrive!
Our Monkey Hair Mulch is fully composted from locally sourced materials. This long lasting mulch has a rich brown color and is free of weed seeds. It is extremely durable and long lasting which makes it perfect for erosion control and weed suppression. It’s a great walk-on mulch on pathways, especially for folks wearing high heels at backyard events where the coarser mulch tends to make it difficult to find even footing. This mulch has a fine texture which is really attractive in flower beds and throughout the landscape. Try some today!
Check out the CalRecycle report on the use of hardwood and compost mulching around avocados and citrus. This document provides results from a multi-year study on the value of using both non-composted and composted landscape trimmings to support young tree development, particularly for root rot disease suppression in avocados.
Use our Calculator to figure out how much you need.
San Pasqual Valley Premium Coco Coir
Now Available in Bulk – $$$ Savings!
San Pasqual Valley now offers the highest quality coco coir available on the market today in bulk quantities. Derived from coconut husks, coco coir has become an increasingly popular natural, organic, sustainable growing media It can be used as a stand-alone substrate or a component of custom growing media blends. It is superior to peat moss for it’s water holding capacity and can retain 8-9 times its weight in water. Our coir holds nutrients similar to sphagnum peat moss but retains higher amounts of nutrients with less run-off. Our coir is sourced in Mexico and compared with Asian coir, it is low in sodium and very rich in potassium. Research by the University of California has demonstrated soilborne disease suppressive properties associated with our coir which is extremely important in greenhouse and nursery production. A minimum of 35% coir in the potting media is recommended for plants susceptible to root diseases. With a pH of 6.0 it is also an ideal growing media for acid loving plants such as blueberries, raspberries, strawberries and ornamentals like azaleas and camelias. Coir is an ideal substrate for cannabis and hemp production and is widely used in hydroponic systems.
In addition to its horticultural benefits, it makes an ideal horse bedding material where it has been reported to reduce flies in stables, reduce diseases of hooves, maintain dry, comfortable bed support and last up to 5 months before it needs to be replaced.
We offer a “medium grade” coir which is the all-purpose product widely used in fruit berry production, hydroponic growing media for tomatoes, cucumbers and other vegetables or as a potting soil amendment or for nursery propagation. You can propagate in tray cativites 2 ¼” or greater.
Call 760-746-4769 for more details on this amazing natural and versatile media and how we can assist you with your growing needs. Comes ready to deliver in compressed shrink wrapped bales that will produce 4 cubic yds of expanded, ready to use material.
Fall Is The Perfect Time To Mulch!
Planting a fall garden or preparing your landscape for winter? Don’t forget the mulch. It will give your landscape a clean and polished look and provide many awesome benefits for your plants and soil. Not sure what you need for your garden? Ask us!
Give us a call or use our “Request A Quote” form to:
1. Request a quote
2. Ask questions about products
3. Place an order
“Mulch: A protective covering spread or left on the ground to reduce evaporation, maintain even soil temperature, prevent erosion, control weeds, and enrich the soil.“— Merriam-Webster
Fire-proofing Your Property with Composted Mulch
Dr. K was recently featured in a Ramona Sentinel article for providing guidance and tips to the Ramona Garden Club on choosing the best garden materials for fire protection at their August 8th meeting. During his presentation, he emphasized that selecting the least combustible landscape materials is the key to protecting your landscape from fire threats. Our composted mulch is a great choice for this application. For more information and tips on fire-proofing your landscape with our composted mulch, check out Dr. K’s blog post. He also suggests that you read the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension’s, “The Combustibility of Landscape Mulches Publication”.
“Compost is the product manufactured through the controlled aerobic, biological decomposition of biodegradable materials. The product has undergone mesophilic and thermophilic temperatures, which significantly reduces the viability of pathogens and weed seeds (in accordance with EPA 40 CFR 503 standards) and stabilizes the carbon such that it is beneficial to plant growth. Compost is typically used as a soil amendment, but may also contribute plant nutrients. (AAPFCO definition, official 2018) Finished compost is typically screened to reduce its particle size, to improve soil incorporation.”— US Composting Council
Compost Blanket Solutions to Combat Problem Areas During Rainy Season
Workshops and Events
Get expert advice from Dr. K on Saturday, November 13th!
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Do you have questions about our products? Drop by and ask Dr. K! He can help you find solutions for your most difficult landscaping problems.
Honoring our Active Military and Veterans
Current Military Members and Veterans qualify for a 10% discount on all orders at SPVS. Simply provide proof of current or past military service at time of purchase. We will honor the discount throughout the year as our way of saying “Thanks”.