Compost Plus


Description:

COMPOST PLUS is designed for composting systems which contain accumulated organic waste.It is a formulated composting product containing selected microbial remediation isolates, enzymes and composting activation factors. COMPOST PLUS is highly effective at establishing composting remediation of organic waste as well as accelerating and maintaining all agricultural related composting.

Directions:

Compost Application Rates:

Compost Activation Dosage

Amount

Directions

Timings

All Stages 4 Bags / 15 sq. ft Add 4 Bags to 3 gal. of warm water – apply to all compost stages After activation move to maintenance dosage; schedule in 30 days

Compost Maintenance Dosage

Stage 1 4 Bags / 20 sq. ft of compost area Add 4 Bags to 3 gal. of warm water – apply to Stage 1 compost pit Apply once in 30 days; repeat every 90 days to maximize the benefits
Stage 2 4 Bags / 40 sq. ft of compost area Add 4 Bags to 3 gallons of warm water – apply to Stage 2 compost pit Apply once in 30 days; repeat every 90 days to maximize the benefits
Stage 3 4 Bags / 100 sq. ft of compost area Add 4 Bags to 3 gal. of warm water – apply to Stage 3 compost pit Apply once in 30 days; repeat every 90 days to maximize the benefits

Maintenance

Organic Standing Waste 4 Bags / 250 sq. ft of surface area Add 4 Bags to 2 gallons of warm water – apply evenly over the area as a liquid Repeat twice a month or as needed to establish remediation
Poultry Litter 4 Bags / 1000 sq. ft of bedding Add 4 Bags to 2 gallons of warm water – apply to litter as a liquid Repeat weekly or as needed
  1. Select the recommended amount of COMPOST PLUS for each specific application
  2. Mix COMPOST PLUS with warm water to create a slurry and apply as directed for activation and maintenance
  3. Repeat in 30 days, per the maintenance dosage directions
  4. Repeat in 90 days, per the maintenance dosage directions
  5. Compost areas should be turned once every 30 days or when COMPOST PLUS is applied
  6. COMPOST PLUS can be added every 30 to 90 days or as required to maximize remediation

Application rates are based on overall experience for waste and concentrated organic matter
liquefaction and breakdown. Individual situations may show that more or less product may
be required to give satisfactory results.