As a grower/dealer, you are the root source of the trees and plants that landscape contractors (and home gardeners) use to make the world a greener, better place.
Not only is it important for you to deliver the healthiest trees and plants to the marketplace, it is also increasingly necessary for you to do so in the most sustainable way possible.
Fortunately, we at Root Rescue have perfected a line of cutting edge products (our Transplanter line) to help you meet the needs of your most demanding clients.
Tree and plant survival rates increase (pre and post transplant).
Your reliance on synthetic fertilizers decreases (not only a $$ saver...but a planet saver to boot).
Your business steps forward to meet the ever increasing demands of your environmentally sensitive clientele.
Root Rescue would like you to use when you grow your crops, but we would also love for you to supply to the contractors who buy your plants. Be the first link in the chain to greated sustainability!
Root Rescue’s Transplanter is a highly concentrated wettable powder that can easily be applied to your crops at various stages of production or during the lining-out process.
Easily mixed in water, the active ingredients remain in suspension for at least 5 minutes before beginning to precipitate.
Gentle agitation (mechanical or manual) is all that’s required to keep the product in suspension.
High-volume, recirculating tank applicators are ideal for the efficient application of the solution as a drench.
The equipment’s in-line screens should allow for the passage of particles 212 microns or smaller.
Alternatively, the wettable powder can be applied dry while lining-out dormant bare root stock
Transplanter can be injected into the root zone of newly planted (or previously planted) trees, shrubs, evergreens, or perennials with a pressurized root feeder probe.
Generously inject the solution in a wide band at the drip-line, and also drench the surface soil.
Transplanter is not a synthetic product, so the solution cannot be over-applied, and it will never burn roots.
Once the target soil is saturated, any runoff will simply benefit nearby plants or turf.
Apply anytime the roots are active: spring, summer, or fall.
When using a low-volume, high pressure root feeder, keep the max pressure on your equipment below 200 psi.