Using Compost Tea & Aeration

Get the most out of your growing efforts by correctly using Alpaca Compost Tea. You can also create large benefits with little effort by aerating your tea prior to using it. Aeration is the process by which air is circulated through, mixed with or dissolved in a liquid or substance.

How Our Products Benefit Hydroponics

Hydroponics is a method of growing plants using mineral nutrients solutions, in water, without soil. Many types of plants can be grown with their roots in a mineral nutrient solution only or in any medium such as gravel, pebbles or perilite.  Learn more about growing with hydroponics.

Natural Alpaca Compost

Alpaca Fertilizer can maximize your plant life with its many uses – germinating seeds and potting plants, plants already growing in pots as a natural liquid fertilizer and as a surface lawn and garden nutrient solution. It improves texture, porosity and water holding capacity to grow big, healthy buds.

Alpaca Tea Brew & Alpaca Potting Soil


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Alpaca compost is an earth-friendly, body friendly product for growing all types of plants, from tomatoes and vegetables to daisies and tulips.  It will not burn your plants, even if overused, unlike other chemical or natural additives.

How does it compare to other natural fertilizers?

Alpaca Compost Potting Soil

Potting soil serves as a reservoir of nutrients for your plants, stabilizes the ground so they do not blow over and keeps the roots moist.  Potting soil is the foundation of your plants.  You need to get your plants in the best potting soil available.

 What Makes Great Potting Soil?

Better Than Chemical Fertilizers

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Green Buddz naturally enriched potting soil and tea is created at our family owned farm in the mountains of Montana.  

Our compost is chemical & weed free time-release fertilizer brimming with the perfect balance of nutrients, including nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium for plant foliage, strong rooting and growth, flower development andplant health - seeding, growing and budding