Aguinaga Green Inc

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Aguinaga Green Inc
Aguinaga Green Inc is listed in the Topsoil category in Silverado, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for Aguinaga Green Inc which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Aguinaga Green Inc on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 61.

Contact information for Aguinaga Green Inc is:
27912 Baker Canyon Rd
Silverado, CA 92676
(714) 649-9050
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We are now offering super sacs at our Orange location. Price is $25 plus cost of material and the bags hold up to 1.5 cubic yards. 1-877-OC-MULCH

We supplied Grandma's House of Hope in Santa Ana with our Forest Floor 1/2 to 1 1/2 mulch. Grandma's House of Hope makes a real difference in the lives of at-risk women, children, and families in Orange County who are facing food insecurity and homelessness. They have rescued more than 50 human trafficking victims since 2015. We look forward to a continued partnership with Grandma's House of Hope to provide shelter, support, and HOPE for those in time of need.

Why should you question the mulch or compost your landscaper provides and delivers to your property? And, why is there such a disparity in the price of the material? And, it looks OK, what does it matter anyway? The cost question is an easy one to answer. Proper composting carries with it unavoidable costs and requires a protocol inclusive of time, temperature, feed stock, and controls to assure the finished material legitimate providers such as AGUINAGA provide, has accrued the benefits of the process. You or your landscaper can find - - but there is no such thing - - as five dollar ($5) compost. What you can get though for the fiver, is the Polyphagous Shot Hole Borer that ended up in your compost or mulch from somewhere in the community and subsequently ended up in your garden ready to shred your avocado trees. This tiny boring beetle that originated in South East Asia drills into trees, bringing with it a pathogenic fungus as it creates a gallery under the bark. In a month the young (mostly females) mate with their brothers, carry the fungus in their mouths and leave the bored hole to re-create the cycle. AGUINAGA has participated in tests with UCI (University of Riverside) to try and determine if the pest could be eliminated by the mechanical grinding of tree limbs that takes place in the removal of resident property landscape materials. Proper composting destroys the insect! http://cisr.ucr.edu/polyphagous_shot_hole_borer.html

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The polyphagous shot hole borer is a type of beetle insect that has attacked hundreds of tree species in Southern California and carries with it fungal spores that can attack and even kill many trees. UC Riverside has forwarded correspondence to the city suggesting that there be very stringent control over mulch suppliers to assure the material received confirms to credible specifications. UC Irvine is also proactively seeking guidance from us in maintaining the integrity of materials that could be or would be delivered to the campus. Aguinaga Green, Inc, is a member of the United States Compost Council and is active with the University of Riverside and others in various ongoing testing. In order to assure that seeds, pathogens, and E coli are eliminated from processed green landscape material, it is necessary to attain a temperature in the composting process of 135 degrees F. for a specified time. If you have questions regarding material you may have received from others, feel free to call us or drop by one of our sites. http://cisr.ucr.edu/polyphagous_shot_hole_borer.html