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Available Now: A BioFlora® Boost for Gardens Large and Small

Sep 23, 2016

Available Now: A BioFlora® Boost for Gardens Large and Small

With new product package sizes, BioFlora provides all gardeners the means to improve soil and increase yields.

PHOENIX, AZ (September, 2016) – Long known as a leader in sustainable soil enhancement and fertilizer products for large agricultural operations, BioFlora® has recently expanded the sale of its products to commercial gardeners, landscapers and home gardeners. Now, the company has introduced new package sizes for three of its most popular products—Seaweed Creme®, Soil Source®, and Dry Crumbles®—designed specifically for the home and garden market.

Soil Source, Seaweed Creme now come in one pint, one quart and one gallon package sizes. Dry Crumbles now come in 5 lb. and 25 lb. bag package sizes.

“We are offering these smaller packages because we want to make it easier and more economical for people with lawns and gardens of every size to see for themselves the real difference that using BioFlora’s organic, environmentally friendly products can make,” said CEO, Luke Blotsky.  “In many cases, they’ll notice the results almost immediately. Over the long term they’ll be making dramatic improvements in the health of their soil, which leads to better, stronger and more productive plants.”

BioFlora’s products fill specific needs in every garden:
  • Seaweed Creme, a growth stimulant, gives gardeners the benefits of Ascophyllum Nodosum seaweed’s ability to facilitate root and stem development in plants[1]. To ensure that its Seaweed Creme contains the maximum nutrients from each seaweed plant, BioFlora hand-harvests, sun-dries and homogenizes the Ascophyllum Nodosum (Other types of processing, such as chemical-based, high-heat drying, can destroy many of the beneficial nutrients in the seaweed.)

 

  • Gardeners can build and restore depleted soils with Soil Source, a biologically enhanced, humic acid soil additive. The diverse spectrum of naturally occurring, beneficial microbes in Soil Source helps make soil healthier, enabling plants to get more nutrients from it. The healthier the soil, the better it is able to retain water for plants to use for their growth.

 

  • With its blend of nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium and calcium Dry Crumbles gives plants and lawns a quick (and immediately noticeable) boost, while nourishing the soil long term. Its formulation includes seaweed and humic acid, which improve the effectiveness of its mineral ingredients and limit the amount gardeners need to use to gain excellent results with their vegetables, fruits and flowers.

To ensure that gardeners use only the amount of BioFlora products that their plants actually require, BioFlora’s  new packaging provides clear instructions for application rates for container and raised bed gardens, fruit trees, shrubs and vines, turf, and root dip and transplant drench.

“BioFlora is now available in many well-known lawn and garden centers,” Blotsky says. “If they don’t have it in stock, people should ask for BioFlora by name so they can experience for themselves the difference that BioFlora will make in their gardens, both large and small.”

About BioFlora

BioFlora is a division of Global Organics® Group (GOG), an international life sciences company that develops and manufactures proprietary organic and sustainable plant nutrition products and natural ionic minerals for human and animal health. For more than 40 years GOG and its BioFlora® business have been committed to preserving the earth’s ecosystem while providing superior plant nutrient systems.

Located in Goodyear, Arizona, USA, GOG is able to serve customers both locally and globally with the use of Green Acres, its 1,200 acre research farm, as well as its USDA Permitted Integrated Life Science Research Center® (ILSRC).  For more information about Global Organics® Group, or to interview CEO and Managing Partner Luke Blotsky, please contact Sarah Van Wyk at svanwyk@globalorganicsgroup.com. Visit www.globalorganicsgroup.com to learn more.

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[1]  http://www.fao.org/docrep/x5820e/x5820e03.htm