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Growth Products gain biobased label

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The USDA-backed label assures consumers the amount of biological ingredients listed is accurate.

| November 12, 2011

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – Growth Products has announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (recently awarded both Essential Plus 1-0-1 and BioNutrients Soluble 8-1-9 the right to bear the Biobased Product Label. This label assures consumers that the amount of biological ingredients listed on the product label is accurate and is backed by the USDA and the Federal government. 

Essential Plus 1-0-1 is an organic soil amendment and natural root stimulant for all plants, crops, and soils. It received the BioBased label as a spray adjuvant. As an adjuvant, it improves the efficiency and effectiveness of herbicides, pesticides or fertilizers when tank-mixed with these materials. An easy-to-use liquid, Essential Plus also promotes healthy plant growth in turfgrasses, ornamentals, trees, bedding plants, and agricultural crops, plus it adds vital organic matter to depleted soils.

BioNutrients AG 8-1-9 is approved for the USDA Biobased label as a fertilizer due to its N-P-K of 8-1-9, which is exceptionally high for a 100 percent organic product. BioNutrients also works as soil conditioner and organic biostimulant for all vegetable, herb, and field crops. It’s available in 8-ounce packs that dissolve quickly in water, BioNutrients AG Dry Soluble speeds seed germination, promotes faster and stronger rooting for crops, increases bloom and fruit, and conditions soil for better plant growth. 

 

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