NutriRoot Liquid Soil Applied Fertilizer

NutriRoot Liquid Soil Applied Fertilizer

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Product Overview

NutriRoot Liquid Soil Applied Fertilizer is a superior blend of surfactants, humectants, acids, and nutrients that enables the soil to extract water from the air into the root zone and to accelerate development by reducing the need for watering. By minimizing the water stress in new plants, trees, shrubs, and lawns, it results in successful cultivation even in a stressed environment. Devised for use in watering cans, soil injectors, hose-end or pump sprayers, and other similar equipment. For best results, apply monthly throughout the growing season. It reduces the water stress in trees and plants especially in high-temperature environments and during the warm season. Can be used as a treatment for sandy soils, dry soil conditions, summer stress, water stress management, and other listed problems. Available in an 8 oz. bottle.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Nitrogen - 2.0% Phosphate - 2.0% Soluble Potash - 3.0% Iron - 0.75% Manganese - 0.50% Zinc - 0.25%
For use in Root Development, Transplant Success, Water Stress Management, Nutrient Deficiencies, Sandy Soils, Dry Soil Conditions, Summer Stress, Winter Stress.
Application Dilute 1.25-1.5 fl. oz. NutriRoot in 1 gallon of water or 1 gallon of NutriRoot in 70-100 gallons of water. See the label for the complete application instructions.
Pet safe Yes, if used as indicated in the label.
Yield 1 gallon of NutriRoot in 70-100 gallons of water will treat up to 3,000 square feet.
Formulation Liquid Concentrate.
Special Features Supplies organic matter and aids in the proliferation of soil microorganisms.
Shipping Weight 1.00 lbs
Manufacturer Arborjet (Mfg. Number: 030-4100)
UPC 811890018231



  • Root Development
  • Transplant Success
  • Water Stress Management
  • Nutrient Deficiencies
  • Sandy Soils
  • Dry Soil Conditions
  • Summer Stress
  • Winter Stress

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