A Hoster is a 4 foot long earthen pot with multiple tiers. The main use is to transform biodegradable Kitchen waste into manure. It is made up of clay, with pores on each tier that act as catalysts for the decomposition.


Compost is the single most important supplement you can give your garden soil. Composting is a simple way to add nutrient-rich humus which fuels plant growth and restores vitality to depleted soil. It's also free, easy to make and good for the environment.

Although there are multiple ways to transform waste into Compost, the best one is via Home Composting. This technique organically transforms kitchen waste into first quality Manure. One of the key techniques in home composting is to use a Hoster.

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Usage: Organic Farmers fill the tiers with kitchen wastes (starting with Top most) until Tiers are filled. Hara Jeevan provides additional tiers, that is to accelerate the process. Each Tier is to be moved in order, as per a specified time frame in order ensure apt decomposition. For detailed instructions, please email us at

Frequently asked questions:

Absolutely Not. The earthen pot ensures odorless composting. With Hosters installed at multiple locations, we can guarantee you that it doesn’t exhibit any gas emissions.

Below mentioned is the list of items Hara Jeevan recommends adding:
Fruit & vegetable scraps, eggshells, leaves, grass clippings, straw or hay, coffee grounds, tea leaves, flowers, cuttings, newspaper & lawn/ garden weeds. For further information, please contact us.

It can take upto <>, depending upon multiple factors such as: climatic conditions, catalysts used, waste dumped etc.

We provide an accelerator – and <> to expedite as well as to improvise on the quality of the manure produced. These supplements are complimentary along with the Hoster.

Hoster size can vary from 3 tier to 5 tiers. We are currently selling 3 tiered hosters which are idle for beginners and for metropolitan areas.