Root Rescue’s Transplanter puts life back into soil – but not all soil types are the same. Poorly draining heavy clay soils and free-draining sandy or loamy soils require different planting techniques. Be sure to ask a nursery professional at your garden centre about the best way to plant in the soil type in your yard. Once you have that advice, you’re ready to go. Transplanter works in all soil types.
Safe and easy to use, Transplanter is recommended whenever you plant new trees, shrubs, evergreens, or perennials. Mixing is simple; add 1 teaspoon of powder to a
When planting a
Because Transplanter is mixed in water, it can also be applied after planting. Mix the solution and slowly soak it into the ground around the plant. Use the same technique that you would use if you wanted to deep water any plant in your landscape. The beneficial ingredients in the Transplanter solution will be carried with the water into the entire root zone of the plant where they can go to work immediately; simple and easy.
The beneficial soil fungi in Transplanter will go to work immediately - and as your new plant grows, the benefits will continue for the entire life of the plant. Root Rescue’s Transplanter contains millions of natural-sourced beneficial fungi called mycorrhizae. These amazing fungi will find extra water and nutrients in the soil that the roots alone cannot access, helping your new plant to adapt to your garden, keeping it stronger, healthier and more self-sufficient in the weeks and years ahead.
After planting day, use organic products to feed and care for your new plants:
Please speak with a nursery expert at your favorite garden centre for more advice about caring for your landscape plants without the use of synthetic fertilizers or chemicals. If you’d like to use a synthetic fertilizer, you can – but only use Slow Release formulations.
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Because Transplanter mixes easily in
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