The highest grade compost in the Texas Panhandle
From commercial farming, residential landscaping, we have you covered!
Our high-quality, organic compost is created from a mixture of pure organic materials, including moistened and mixed cow manure. After mixing, our compost goes through an extensive decomposition process, ensuring its nutrient content and added fresh advantage. Benefits of using organic compost from Amigos Compost include having a chemical-free soil foundation for lawns and gardens, erosion prevention, enhanced lawn or crop growth, and easy, spreadable application.
20 acres or less
New or Existing Sod
20 acres or more
Immediate Nutrient Intake
New Construction, etc
Compost is the result of various decaying organic substances — think manure and dead leaves —being mixed together. Once formed, compost works to feed the soil.
Amigos Compost, based in Amarillo, TX, is the premier compost company serving the entire northern Texas area. We process, deliver, and spread quality organic compost for commercial clients. Amigos Compost also partners with residential clients on selecting the best compost for their lawn, yard or project; and then providing guidance on how best to apply and spread their compost!
Because of the quality of our compost, it can be used on a variety of soil types, from lawns and small gardens, to larger properties, such as high-volume ranches and farms. Available in small and bulk quantities, our compost is never bagged to ensure freshness and effectiveness.
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Compost, or black gold as it is sometimes referred to, offers many benefits to gardeners.
For example, Compost can: Promote healthy microbe growth within soil.
Feed the entire soil food web, which in turn enhances the health of natural soil.
Create a more nutrient-rich soil which enables plants and vegetables to feed themselves.
Deliver crickets and earthworms to soil, with these organisms providing their own unique benefits.
Aerate soil and enable it to retain moisture thanks to improved drainage and water retention.
Assist in the resistance against disease for tomatoes and various types of vegetables.
NPK stands for "nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium," the three nutrients that compose complete fertilizers. You may encounter these letters when reading the contents printed on bags of fertilizer. The description of the fertilizer may not expressly say "NPK," but you will at least see a series of three numbers. These numbers correspond, respectively, to the nitrogen content, phosphorus content, and potassium content of that fertilizer. Also implied is a percentage symbol after each number because each of the three numbers represents the percentage of that nutrient in the makeup of the fertilizer.