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Double, even triple the days between waterings and enjoy
the benefits of proper moisture
Minimize Drought Stress
Control or Eliminate Dry Spots
Enhance Nutrient & Pesticide Efficiency
Improve Seed Germination & Transplant Establishment
Reduce Water Bills
Increase Plant Yields
Extend Flower Life
After 9 years of commercial use by golf courses,
nurseries, sod farms and top landscapers, Aqualizer is
now available to homeowners.
Aqualizer is a revolutionary chemistry that allows
homeowners to water up to 50% less and maintain
healthy, great looking plants and turf.
Aqualizer is patented blend of liquid humectant and
hygroscopic compounds that attract and hold moisture in soil. Aqualizer manages available
soil moisture, extending watering intervals of indoor and
outdoor plants, flowers, vegetables, shrubs, trees and
grasses by as much as 2 to 3 times. Each application reduces
watering for up to 3 months.
Drought or Not - Aqualizer Provides Benefits Throughout
The Growing Season
Plants need a continual source of
water to grow and remain healthy. Even during times of
normal rainfall and in between scheduled waterings
plants can suffer from a lack of water, “drought stress”.
By the time the first
visible sign of drought stress appears, plant and turf
grass internal processes (photosynthesis,
carbohydrate translocation, cell differentiation, cell
elongation, cell division) have stopped. This complete
shutdown of the physiological processes results in weak,
under-developed plants that is prone to disease,
nutrient deficiencies, shallow roots, reduced flowering
and poor crop yields. Ultimately, the overall quality of
your plants and lawn suffers.
Aqualizer manages root zone moisture, making the most
efficient use of applied water and rain.
It protects turf and plants from the
harmful effects of drought stress, reducing disease pressure
and root shrinkage. Aqualizer will result in healthy,
disease resistant plants in your lawn, landscaping and vegetable gardens.
Aqualizer doesn't hold excess water in the root zone,
helping to resist disease. It also will not change the water
holding capacity or percolation of the soil matrix (except
in severely hydrophobic soils).
Aqualizer is not a wetting agent, polymer, penetrant, or
antitranspirant. No product has the ability to attract free water molecules and
release them through osmosis into the roots of turf. It's a
truly unique compound witj no equal.
How to Apply
Each application reduces watering for up to 3 months. For
additional moisture management, spot treatment of isolated
dry patches or additional protection during prolonged hot,
dry conditions, Aqualizer may be applied at rates up to 5
times the following application rates, either as a single
application or in multiple applications. (Always rinse
Aqualizer off foliage and flowers and into the soil where
Aqualizer is designed to function.)
Soil should be wet to moist before
applying Aqualizer, by watering thoroughly the night before/
a few hours before applying. Immediately after applying,
water, rinsing Aqualizer down into the
roots, where it will begin to work. (Appr. .5 inch of water is needed.)
Trees, Shrubs and Individual Plants:
Apply enough Aqualizer to saturate the soil in the root zone. Large
planters, flowers and vegetable gardens.
Re-watering Aqualizer Treated Plants and Grass:
Aqualizer extends watering requirements by managing excess
moisture, so, it's important to water thoroughly when
re-watering Aqualizer-treated areas, providing excess moisture for Aqualizer to
manage. Re-application every
three months allows Aqualizer to build up in the soil
profile, providing even greater drought resistance with each
Is Aqualizer environmentally friendly?
Aqualizer is organic and fully biodegradable. It contains no
phosphates, petrochemical derivatives or other toxic
fractions, which may cause ground water runoff
Aqualizer begins to break down in approximately 90 days.
Re-application every 90 days allows Aqualizer to build up in
the soil profile providing even greater drought resistance
with each application.