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Malibu Compost Bu’s House Compost Tea for Houseplants   

 

Compost tea is the most important amendment to use in organic gardening. Malibu Compost Bu's House Compost Tea for Houseplants helps your houseplants thrive by naturally giving them the nutrients they need to grow in their containers. Our compost tea supports the microbes to create healthy soil, healthy plants and to look their best year round.

 

Malibu Compost Bu's House Compost Tea for Houseplants is simple and easy to use. It doesn't have any chemicals, cheap fillers, salts, synthetics, or GMO feedstocks in it, and it doesn't smell. It's made from our clean, 100% farm-made, organic and biodynamic compost, Malibu Compost Bu's Blend.

 

Enjoy the many benefits of using Malibu Compost's Bu's House Compost Tea for Houseplants in your indoor potted plants and container gardens today for the best and most beautiful houseplants that you've ever grown or seen.

Malibu Compost Bu's House Compost Tea for Houseplants

$14.98Price
  • DIRECTIONS FOR USE

    Malibu Compost Bu’s House Compost Tea for Houseplants   

    1. Add 1 tea bag to 2 to 5 gallons of water.

    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 hand mister sprayer to apply to your houseplants. When drenching, apply tea at the same rate as a normal watering for the specific plant. 

    7. Apply once a month for optimum results.

  • INGREDIENTS

    Malibu Compost Bu’s House Compost Tea for Houseplants   

     

    Compost (organic dairy cow manure, vineyard chips), dandelion, chamomile, stinging nettle, yarrow, oak bark, valerian, kelp, worm castings.