Root Honey Plus Is A Specialized Technology For Lawn & Turf Applications
Plant City, Florida (PRWEB) October 29, 2015
Pathway Biologic, an applied microbial science company and emerging leader in the rapidly growing field of biotechnology, announces the launch of its newest product innovation, Root Honey Plus.
Root Honey Plus promotes stronger roots and provides a more productive soil, while also stimulating the plants natural immune system. The end result is a plant better equipped to withstand and recover from common biotic and abiotic stresses, such as drought, and poor water quality.
RHP combines PGPR – Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria – and bio-nutrient components like fulvic acid, kelp, amino acids, silica, and carbohydrates. This formulation is designed to increase: plant vigor, rooting, nutrient use efficiency, and stimulate microbial growth and activity.
The bacteria in RHP are pure culture – Pathway identifies and characterizes specific strains in the soil that increase the plants ability to uptake and utilize applied fertilizers, stimulate root growth, and recycle organic matter into plant usable compounds. Increased plant availability of Phosphorus, and improved water and Nitrogen utilization via increase of root absorptive area, help mitigate nutrient leaching and runoff.
“Root Honey Plus provides an environmental safeguard for lawn care companies without breaking the bank,” says Dion Pearce, Division Sales Manager for Pathway Biologic. “Being environmentally conscious is important, but products and programs have to fit within an economic model that can be sustained. Combining rhizospheric bacteria that have great genetic potential with multiple carbon sources into one product accomplishes that, without the need to inventory numerous products.”
Root Honey Plus can be used for:
- Landscape Transplants
- Green and Tees
- Sports Fields
- Flowers and Bedding Plants
For more information, or to contact a Root Honey Plus distributor, please visit: http://www.pathwaybiologic.com
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Mandy Wettstein, APR, CPRC
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