Horizon adds more Geoponics products to their landscape supply line just in time for summer. Several of these summer landscape supplies are ideal for overcoming drought and water restrictions. They are products for lawns, gardens and sport fields.
One of the ways to improve a landscape’s drought tolerance, improve plant health and conserve water is through the use of wetting agents, soil surfactants and soil penetrants. But how do you choose the best wetting agent?
Geoponics offers five soil surfactants and they have many of the same core benefits in common and then just a couple attributes particular to each one. Here is how to choose the best wetting agent for your situation.
Penterra Is the Fastest-Acting Soil Penetrant for Efficiently Watering Lawns, Gardens, Golf Courses and Plants
In almost every situation Penterra, a soil penetrant by Geoponics, will help to hydrate soil, plants, lawns, gardens and golf courses. Better yet, it does this while using less water. Now, an extremely rare event, through May 31, 2022, Penterra is on sale. Use code: Save20, online only, at SoilPenetrant.com for our Memorial Day Sale.
Duration Soil Surfactant & SoilPlex Humic Acids Provide Perfect Combo for Improving Water Management
Geoponics offers two products that when combined add a perfect combination for optimal water management this spring and summer. Duration is a soil surfactant and wetting agent. SoilPlex provides humic and fulvic acids. Together, these two products optimize the benefits of the other, while improving nutrient uptake, water holding capacity, oxygen balance, pH balance and so much more. Best of all, they are very affordable.
Duration and SoilPlex are ideal for improving turfgrass conditions this spring and summer during drought and/or high winds. Increase the grass’s tolerance to drought and provide improved soil conditions.
Superintendent’s Heat Stressed Grass Grows Back with Carbotein for Plant Nutrition
We all know that feeling when our plants, gardens or lawns start looking wilted and stressed. This spring and summer, Matt Lantrip, a golf course superintendent at Montclair Country Club in Montclair, Virginia, had some new greens that were struggling to thrive. The heat stressed grass needed to make a come back. Plant nutrition and soil oxygen became the solutions.
“I started seeing the stress and the wilt. Although I was trying to get the greens to bounce back, it was tough. So, I started using the Carbotein and it worked really well,” says Lantrip.