• Soil Amendments Feed Your Plants!

    Healthy Plant Growth Zakea Farmacy specializes in producing green-waste Naturally Organic Compost. Naturally organic compost is a great soil amendment for many agricultural industries, including farming, landscaping, fruit orchards, gardening and wineries. Or for the home gardener!

  • Enjoy Benefits From This Premium, All Natural Compost!

    All Natural Compost Zakea Farmacy uses a proprietary process to produce our high-grade, premium, natural compost. First, source-separated yard trimmings and vegetable stock are placed into an active aerated windrow where the initial processing begins and any unwanted materials are removed. Then, for a period of six to eight weeks the material is turned every second day, watered with humic blended formulas to aid the microbial process of biological breakdown. A rotary trommel screen is used to separate the compostable humus from the woodier feedstock and residual materials. The compostable material that passes through the screen is again placed into windrows to undergo the next stage of processing.

  • All Natural CompostThe compost is watered with more humic formulas and turned using custom windrow turning equipment five times over a fifteen-day period, in accordance with the Process to Further Reduce Pathogens (PFRP). The Process to Further Reduce Pathogens (PFRP), is a regulatory requirement in which the organic material is maintained at temperatures above 131 degrees Fahrenheit for fifteen consecutive days and turned at least five times in order to reduce the number of pathogens to below regulatory thresholds. After this process is complete, the organic material is then placed into curing piles for a minimum of thirty days.

  • Finally, the finished compost is processed through a 3/8 inch trommel screen and is ready for sale. Zakea Farmacy quality assurance program includes routine nutrient, metal, and pathogen analysis to ensure a high quality, consistent product that meets the needs and expectations of our diverse customers. Learn more about Arizona Soil Tips in our introductory article!