Black Earth Top Soil

Black Earth Top Soil

C-I-L® Black Earth Top Soil is ideal for top dressing lawns and building new flower beds or vegetable gardens. This growing medium provides numerous benefits such as improved soil life, water retention and soil structure.


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  • Information
  • How to use
  • Safety
  • Application Rate
  • Specs


25 L


  • Ideal for gardens and lawns
  • Improves water retention
  • Improves soil structure
How to use

How to use

Flower and vegetable garden beds (new and existing)

  1. Rake to loosen existing soil.
  2. Spread to an even depth of 3-5 cm (1.5-2 in).
  3. Rake to mix with existing soil.
  4. Water to moisten soil.

Lawns (new, top dressing, patch repair)

  1. New: Spread to an even depth of 2.5 cm (1 in) on top of prepared area before seeding or laying sod.
  2.  Water to moisten soil.

Top Dressing and Patch Repair

  1. Rake to remove debris and loosen existing soil.
  2. Spread to an even depth of 1-2 cm (0.75 in).
  3. Apply seed and rake again to mix together.
  4. Water to moisten soil.

Trees and shrubs (new and existing)

  1. New: Dig a hole and mix in a 1:1 ratio with existing soil.
  2. Place small amount of this product in the hole and plant.
  3. Fill in around the plant with the mixture.
  4. Firmly pat soil around the plant.
  5. Water to moisten soil.

Existing: 1. Pour directly around tree or shrub to a depth of approximately 2.5 cm (1 in). 2. Water to moisten soil.



Keep out of the reach of children and pets.


  • Keep well-sealed.
  • Store in a cool, dry place, out of direct sunlight. 
Application Rate

Quantity calculator

quantity caltulator CIL Black Earth soil


Safety data sheet



PDF (25 L)


Peat Moss, Composted Manure, Rapid Lime. Product may vary slightly from region to region.


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