Safe and easy to use, Transplanter is recommended whenever you plant new trees, shrubs, evergreens, or perennials. The formulation is highly concentrated – water is used to both dilute the product and carry its active ingredients into the root zone. The
There are several ways to apply Transplanter:
Simply apply the Transplanter solution to the roots of plants once they are placed in the planting hole - and then
Because Transplanter is mixed in water, it can also be applied after planting. Mix the solution and slowly drench the ground around the plant, or use root feed injector equipment to deliver the solution directly into the active root zone. (When using this type of equipment, keep the maximum pump pressure below 200 psi.)
Root Rescue’s Transplanter contains millions of natural-sourced beneficial fungi called mycorrhizae. These amazing organisms enter into a mutually beneficial symbiosis with the roots. As a result, the plant gains permanent access to soil water and nutrients that the roots alone cannot find. This (along with the benefits of the biostimulants in the formulation) helps to offset transplant shock, and reduce plant stress. These benefits will help treated plants to succeed in the critical first weeks and months on the new planting site; reducing transplant losses and establishing, healthier and more durable landscape plants for your clients. And the benefits of mycorrhizal symbiosis will continue to help the treated plants to succeed and thrive in the years ahead.
If you’d like to use a synthetic fertilizer, you can – but only use Slow Release formulations with plants treated with Transplanter MS-CS.
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