|Released||30 August 2005 (Update)|
|Examine||Pour this on compost to turn it into super-compost.|
|High alch||18 coins|
|Low alch||12 coins|
|Exchange||171 coins (info)|
Players can use a dose of compost potion on a bucket of compost to make it into supercompost, or use a dose on a full compost bin to obtain 15 buckets of supercompost instead. Players are advised to use these potions for their own compost bins instead of selling them away, as they will earn more by making buckets of supercompost, which in turn can be upgraded to ultracompost. Note that the player cannot add a dose of compost potion to compost bins containing a combination of normal compost and supercompost vegetation (in any combination).
Creating[edit | edit source]
|Harralander potion (unf)||1||716||716|
Store locations[edit | edit source]
|Dom Onion's Reward Shop||Yanille||∞||5,000||N/A|
Changes[edit | edit source]
|20 June 2019
|Compost potions now require level 22 Herblore rather than 21 due to a Harralander potion (unf) requiring level 22 Herblore to create.|
|7 September 2017
(update | poll)
|Compost potions can now be created by players.|
|5 September 2013
|Compost potions can now be purchased as a reward from the Nightmare Zone minigame.|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- This potion is one of the few in the game that players cannot drink.
- Prior to the release of the Nightmare Zone, compost potions were only obtainable as a one-time reward from completing the Garden of Tranquillity quest.