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Malibu Compost Compost Tea for Plants, Trees and Shrubs, 4 Pack

4 Pack of Teabags

Compost Tea for Plants, Trees and Shrubs helps create strong, healthy vigorous plants in an organic way, rather than using synthetics or conventional Ag by-products.

Simply drop a tea bag into water, give it a few squeezes to soak, then stir and let sit overnight. Squeeze and stir the next morning and drench the soil of your plants and/or add to a spray bottle for a foliar spray. See all the benefits below of using compost tea for your healthy garden: 

  • Supports your garden to create healthy soil
  • Improves soil tilth and soil structure
  • Improves plant growth
  • Creates stronger, healthier plants
  • Speeds up the breakdown of toxins
  • Mitigates transplant shock
  • Reduces water loss on your property
  • Improves water retention 
  • Improves root depth
  • Improves soil compaction
  • Organic
  • Biodynamic
  • Non-GMO
  • No conventional Ag by-products
  • No greenwaste
  • No pesticides
  • No herbicides
  • No growth hormones
  • No sewage sludge
  • Does not have cheap fillers, synthetics or GMO feedstocks
  • Simple and easy to use

      Ingredients:  Compost (organic dairy cow manure, wood chips, and concentrations of yarrow, chamomile, valerian, stinging nettle, dandelion and oak bark).

      Directions for Use:
      1. Add 1 tea bag to 2 to 5 gallons of water and give it a few squeezes for 30 seconds.
      2. Steep compost tea bag for 8 to 12 hours, then use immediately.
      3. After steeping, give the tea bag a squeeze, then remove it from the compost tea.
      4. Recycle tea bag into your compost pile or garden.
      5. Aerate compost tea by stirring for a moment before applying.
      6. Use a watering can to drench the soil base with compost tea, or use a sprayer to apply to your flowering plants and roses. When drenching, apply tea at the same rate as a normal watering for the specific plant. 
      7. Apply once a month for optimum results in the months between composting and excluding the winter months.