Hello,

Would you like to grow healthy plants?

Would you like your garden to thrive?

Would you like your flowers, fruits and vegetables to be nutrient-dense, naturally disease-resistant, require less watering and less of your time and effort?

Would you like to help fight climate change?

It all starts in your soil, in an easy, simple and quick way with our Dig-it Yourself Soil Health Test Kit.

Find out how healthy your soil is.

Is your soil alive or do you have dead dirt?

Soil health testing is a new way to think of soil quality testing.
It’s not like a boring N-P-K test. We measure what’s alive in your soil.

Our mission is to promote a Soil-First approach that uses all-natural, chemical-free, and holistically healthy soil to help people grow healthier plants.

So, how healthy is your soil?

Simply scoop & send. It's that easy!

Our Dig-it Yourself Soil Health Test Kit is all you’ll need to find out if you’re gardening with healthy soil, and what you can do to improve its quality.

Step 1

Step 1

Collect soil samples using the tools provided in the kit

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Step 2

Mail us your samples using the return envelope

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Step 3

Receive & review the Soil Health Report

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Step 4

Implement Soil-First Approaches to improve soil health

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Step 5

Grow healthier plants to enjoy with family and friends

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What’s the ‘dirt’ on soil health?

Things need to be alive to be ‘healthy’ so it can be a bit of a challenge to think of soil as being alive! What is soil? Soil is a living ecosystem – full of bacteria, fungi, protozoa, nematodes, and countless other soil organisms. Soil has its own complex food chain and performs the life-giving […]

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