BioWash Soil Amendment is an easily affordable and immediate solution to acidic soils and/or soils clogged by years of insecticide and unused synthetic fertilizer residuals. With only a single application, growers are reporting amazing increases in yields.
Applications will vary depending on soil texture and types and amounts of contaminants. A soil analysis is suggested. To start, try one ounce of concentrate per five gallons of water. Before planting, drench well enough to reach the lowest root depth. Only one (1) sufficient application is needed until additional contaminants are added.
One gallon rescues approximately 10 acres!
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Easily, quickly & economically returns acidic, contaminated soils to fertility.
Acidic, contaminated soil was unproductive. The owner drenched it with BioWash Soil Amendment, planted the next morning and enjoyed a 900% growth increase.
Before drenching + 3 days + 1 week
This solution is exceptionally powerful and successful for:
Neutralizing acidic soils
Absorbing unused fertilizers left over from previous
Reclaiming soil contaminated by insecticides and synthetic fertilizers
Reduce the damage caused by salt intrusion
Clean oil and diesel contamination
Unless otherwise noted, dilute at the rate of 1:600.
Most plants can survive in acidic soil but cannot flourish. Acidic soil has been a long-time problem, usually treated over several years with lime dust. BioAmend (pH 9.5 to 10.2) can replace lime dust treatments overnight. Drench the soil root-deep and agitate before planting. BioMend works quickly but reaching the optimum pH for the plant may require testing. Repeat if needed.
ABSORB FERTILIZER RESIDUES left from previous seasons.
Agronomists advise that because natural plants and synthetic fertilizers are not compatible, plants often absorb as little as 30% to 50% of synthetic fertilizers. Unused nutrients accumulate over multiple seasons. BioMend chelates the fertilizer molecules into smaller particles, making them absorbable by the plants. Application: Soak the soil surrounding the roots.
CONTAMINATED SOILS RECOVERY
Soils lose their fertility when synthetic chemicals in herbicides, insecticides, fertilizers, etc. accumulate over seasons and contaminate crop spoils. Solution: Drench the soil root deep one full day before planting.
Drenching tree roots restores some older, sick and dying trees and shrubs to health and production.
Suggestion: For enhanced health and production drench the roots of all trees one time per season.
Drench the area. Allow one week to work.
OIL & DIESEL CONTAMINATION
Drench and agitate the soil with the standard 1:600 dilution. Allow one week to work, continuing agitation. Test. If needed, increase the concentrate and repeat.