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ROOT-MAXX, 1 Gallon

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SKU:
EZROOT

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Size:
239

Description

ROOT-MAXX is EZ-FLO’s proprietary blend of short and long chain carbon sources soil stimulating microbiology containing Humic Acid, Fulvic Acid, Endo & Ecto Mycorrhizae. Unlike other sources of Humic and Fulvic Acids, ROOT-MAXX is a clean product leaving little residual. The combination of the long chain humic acid and short medium chain Fulvic Acid provide a balanced carbon source for the soil improving retention and chelation. The 11 strains of Endo & Ecto Mycorrhizae allow for enhanced phosphorus conversion in the soil stimulating root growth and nutrient uptake.

Directions For Use

ROOT-MAXX is for use on all plant material. It is optimized for use with fertigation systems but may also be used in foliar applications. ROOT-MAXX may be added to any FERTI-MAXX fertility product, most other fertilizers, and most agricultural chemicals after conducting a jar test for compatibility. Always treat a small test area with any experimental blends to determine potential phytotoxicity before making general applications. Use year round, effective in cool and hot weather.

Application Rates / Intervals

Fertigation Systems: Add 1 quart of ROOT-MAXX for every 10,000 square feet of landscape.

Foliar Applications: Mix 1 ounce per gallon of water and apply evenly. Repeat until desired results are achieved. Do not exceed the 2 ounces per gallon maximum rate.

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