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TAG: Greene County Fertilizer Co.

Learn the science behind control-release and enhanced-efficiency fertilizers

May 10, 2023By
Spreading fertilizer (Photo: BanksPhotos/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images)

Get an inside look at these beneficial turf boosters and the best times to deploy them. read more

Greene County Fertilizer Company: 26-0-0 GreeneCharge™ Slow-Release Liquid Nitrogen plus Micronutrients

April 13, 2023By

Charge up your lawns this spring!  26-0-0 GreeneCharge™ is the answer to the spring and early summer growth and color your lawns may sorely need. Stabilized nitrogen provides long lasting color to get you through the rounds. Blended with humic acid, minor elements and other growth promoting materials, 26-0-0 GreeneCharge™ is the go-to product for professionals who demand the very... read more

12 key messages from the 2022 LM Growth Summit

February 21, 2023By
Recently, 36 lawn care professionals from 26 companies across the country joined us at the 2022 LM Growth Summit, held at Reunion Resort near Orlando. (Photo: LM Staff)

36 lawn care professionals from 26 companies came to the 2022 LM Growth Summit in Orlando to meet 12 partners for collaboration, networking and education. read more

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

February 20, 2023By

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

Greene County Fertilizer’s John Perry previews 2023

December 14, 2022By
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John Perry of Greene County Fert. shares more about the company's N-Ext RGS biological magnifier and previews what he expects from the industry in 2023. read more

Start spring off right with fall fertilization

November 14, 2022By

Be prepared: As the calendar turns and dormancy nears, both warm- and cool-season turf nutrition needs change, experts say. read more