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TAG: Greene County Fertilizer Co.

Greene County Fertilizer Company: N-Ext RGS™ Soil & Plant Formula

April 11, 2022By

N-Ext RGS™ Soil & Plant Formula is a biological magnifier. It is designed to increase rooting potential and decrease stress caused by heat and drought. The biologically active material contains Humic Acids and Sea Kelp to aid in initial spring green up, to buffer and extend nitrogen release rates, and to add oxygen to the soil profile for greater nutrient... read more

My LM Growth Summit Experience

February 23, 2022By
Scot Jones, Steel Green Manufacturing co-founder and and Scott Lamon of Tynic Landscaping. (Photo: LM Staff)

An attendee recaps the return of the LM Growth Summit in Orlando, with a little help from some friends from Landscape Management. read more

Learn why fertilizer prices are on the rise

June 17, 2021By
Fertilizer spreader (Photo: BanksPhotos/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images)

Industry experts explain what caused the fertilizer price increase and share a few ways lawn care can offset the rising costs. read more

FAQs on PGRs

March 12, 2021By
Green lawn (Photo: dpe123/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images)

Two experts from Nufarm and Greene County Fertilizer Co. share how plant growth regulator use can benefit turf and ornamental care companies. read more

Answers to LCOs’ most pressing questions

February 17, 2021By
Crew member pouring fertilizer into spreader (Photo: Tony Ventouris)

Experts from around the industry weigh in on some of the most pressing questions lawn care operators have relayed on social media. read more

Greene County Fertilizer Company: N-Ext Air-8

February 11, 2021By

N-Ext Air-8™ is designed to loosen topsoil and encourage deeper rooting to allow for greater oxygenation of the root zone. By utilizing bio-stimulants and highly oxidizing material at key growth stages, Air-8 gives the “breakthrough” you’ve been looking for in your lawn care program. Product intended as additive to fertilizer program. Apply at a rate of 6-9 ounces per 1,000... read more