Can I mix these all together?
Yes and no. If you mix them together, they are not going to hurt one another, or hurt the lawn. However, these concentrates can get thick and too many of them together are not easy to spray out.
Here is a full video where I give you some sound strategies for applying:
If you have a larger sprayer (4-gallon backpack or 25-gallon pull behind) and you have to mix them/apply them together - ALWAYS add water to the tank first (half-filled) then add your concentrates and agitate fully, then add the rest of your water.
Do the bio-stimulants need to be watered in?
If you are applying with a pump or backpack sprayer, yes they do. Water them in on the same day with at least ¼” of irrigation.
If you let rain wash them in, that’s great! Even heavy rain won’t wash them away so don’t worry.
If you use a hose-end sprayer, you do not have to water them in but I still recommend you do anyway - we want them in the soil so more water gets them there faster.
What if I don’t water them in?
If you don’t water them in, some of the products will stick to the grass blades and you can often see brown spots on them. This is not ideal but it’s still ok.
Just be sure that you are mulching your clippings when you mow (which I recommend anyway) and eventually, everything will get down into the soil as those clippings break down and rain or irrigation carries everything downward. Just realize, this makes the results slower.
Can they burn my lawn?
If you over-apply, no worries, they will not burn or hurt the lawn.
However, I recommend you stay within the labeled rates - don’t over-apply on purpose because that is just wasteful.
Are there heat restrictions?
There are no heat restrictions on these products - just follow the schedule and recommended rates and you will be all good.
Can I use these in my vegetable garden?
Yes, you sure can! Use a root drench application method with your garden meaning, get a 5-gallon bucket and put water and concentrates in there then drench the root zone of your plants.
Every two weeks put into that bucket 3 oz of each: RGS, Humic12, and MicroGreene.
Mix that in the bucket with 3-4 gallons of water, stir, and drench!
Can I use these in my planting beds, on bushes, and on trees?
The answer to this is pretty much the same as vegetable gardens.
However, we do have a complete Tree, Shrub, and Palm Pack that would be better suited as an overall fertilization solution for bushes, trees, and palms.
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