soil & crop

Fertility Management Company


Greenhouse Program

This greenhouse program is intended for informational use only.  For the best possible results tailored to meet your needs and soil type, check with your Grower's Source™ representative for specific recommendations.

Potted Plants &

Flower Gardens

Mix 2 to 4 ounces of GS BLEND™ per gallon of water. Mix and water as usual.  Apply once per month or when transplanting.

To stimulate micro organisms and assist air and water transfer.

Often potting soil can get hard or crust over.  Wetting agents soften soil, and the enzyme base stimulates rapid growth in beneficial bacteria and micro organism for better soil/root exchange.
2 ounces of REVAMP™ (preferred) or 4 ounces of GS BLEND™ in one gallon of water.  Soak cuttings and plant in a good potting mix. Pour excess over plants.

Stimulate root development

Stimulants signal plant to create new root growth.  Enzymes create environment in soil life that release nutrients easily to newly forming roots.

Herbicide Spray Program

Apply 16 fl. oz. WILDFIRE™ per 100 gallon tank mix with contact herbicides.

Fungicide Spray Program

Apply 16 - 32 fl. oz. SSS™ per 100 gallon tank mix with fungicide.

Note about Spraying:

We strongly recommend using an adjuvant with your spray program. Grower's Source™ specialty surfactants (SSS™, N2-GROW™, WILDFIRE™, INSECT-X-CITER™) have proven cost effective with spray applications of chemicals (fungicides, herbicides, pesticides) to allow lowest label rates with better results.  The synergy can add potency and extend the chemical life and have allowed some growers to experiment and get exceptional results with well under label rates.

Please ask your Grower's Source™ representative for the appropriate product for your needs and grower's experiences in your area.

What Growers Say

"I had tried for years to transplant small dogwoods I had dug out in the winter. They kept dying. This year I dipped the bare roots in a 2 ounce mix of GS BLEND and poured a little mix over the hole. To my delight they all took off. I did not lose a single tree."