- PRO-MIX BX BIOFUNGICIDE + MYCORRHIZAE
- PRO-MIX BRK BIOFUNGICIDE + MYCORRHIZAE
- PRO-MIX BRK20 BIOFUNGICIDE + MYCORRHIZAE
- PRO-MIX BX BIOSTIMULANT + MYCORRHIZAE
- PRO-MIX HPCC MYCORRHIZAE
- PRO-MIX BX MYCORRHIZAE
- PRO-MIX BX BIOFUNGICIDE
- PRO-MIX LP15 MYCORRHIZAE
- PRO-MIX BRK BIOFUNGICIDE
- PRO-MIX BRK20 BIOFUNGICIDE
- PRO-MIX BRK BIOSTIMULANT
- PRO-MIX BX
Advice from our specialist
There are many types of perennials with very different growing medium needs. Those that are slow growing, grow from rhizomes or have small fibrous root systems, such as Agastache, Aquilegia, Gypsophila, Iris, Lavender, etc., prefer a growing medium with a lower water retention capacity like PRO-MIX® HP or BRK. Fast-growing perennials, such as Echinacea, Hosta, Leucanthemum, Mums, etc., prefer a growing medium with a higher water retention capacity, such as PRO-MIX® BX. Group plants with similar watering requirements to minimize watering headaches, and remember to apply fertilizer throughout the crop cycle to ensure the best crop quality.
Formulating a growing medium that works for organic growers can be a challenge depending on what a grower is looking for.
Formulating an organic growing medium for starting vegetable and herb seeds can be a challenge, depending on what a grower is looking for.
Most growers have seen yellowing in the new growth of their petunias, calibrachoa and other crops as listed in this article.