Turkey Compost

Turkey compost is a nutrient-rich organic material that is created by composting turkey manure, bedding, and other organic materials. It is a dark brown or black material with a crumbly texture and a mild earthy smell. Turkey compost is a good source of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, as well as other essential nutrients for plants.

Turkey compost can be used to improve soil fertility, structure, and drainage. It can also be used to suppress weeds and pests, and to increase the water-holding capacity of soil. Turkey compost is a good choice for fertilizing lawns, gardens, and flower beds.

Benefits of turkey compost:

  • Improves soil fertility: Turkey compost is a rich source of organic matter and nutrients, which can help to improve the fertility of depleted soils.
  • Improves soil structure: Turkey compost can help to improve the structure of clay soils by loosening them up and making them more aerated. It can also help to improve the drainage of sandy soils.
  • Suppresses weeds and pests: Turkey compost can help to suppress weeds and pests by creating a healthy environment for plants to grow in.
  • Increases water-holding capacity of soil: Turkey compost can help to increase the water-holding capacity of soil, which can help to reduce the need for watering.


Turkey compost can be applied to soil at any time of year, but it is best to apply it in the spring or fall before planting. It should be spread evenly over the soil and tilled in to a depth of 6-8 inches. Turkey compost is a valuable resource for gardeners and farmers.It is a natural way to improve soil fertility and plant growth, and it is also a good way to reduce waste.

Seaside Mulch’s composts increase organic matter and create a healthier growing medium for your plants. Compost reduces water consumption up to 50%; thus reducing your irrigation costs and conserving water. Compost provides a slow release nutrient source for your plants and helps stabilize soil pH. Compost will encourages strong root growth, leading to healthier plants with less disease.


Here are some tips for using turkey compost:

  • Compost at least 6 months: Turkey compost should be composted for at least 6 months before using it on plants. This will help to ensure that it is free of harmful pathogens.
  • Avoid overfertilizing: Turkey compost is a potent fertilizer, so it is important to avoid overfertilizing your plants. Start with a light application and increase the amount of compost you use if needed.
  • Test your soil: Before using turkey compost, it is a good idea to test your soil to determine its nutrient levels. This will help you to avoid over- or underfertilizing your plants.

Locations & Contacts

Residential and Commercial Mulch and Stone Sales
201 North Green Meadows Drive
Wilmington, North Carolina 28405
Phone: 910-791-2100

Tractor Trailer Mulch, Compost, and Soil Shipments
Galivants Ferry, SC Manufacturing Plant
1240 Dog Bluff Rd
Galivants Ferry, SC 29511
Phone: 843-358-9888
Email: Hackney@SeasideMulch.com