What is air8?
[N-Ext] Air-8 – Liquid Aeration Bio-Stimulant with Humic Acid – Covers 14,222 Square Feet – Break Up Soil and Loosen Topsoil to Increase Water Penetration and Encourage Deeper Rooting for More Oxygen into The Topsoil.
What is Carbonx fertilizer?
Carbon-X™ granular fert feeds the soil. The carbon is the key, enhanced with Root Growth Stimulator (RGS) from Greene County Fertilizer Company. Plenty of nitrogen, potassium and iron, Carbon-X has it all. Each bag covers 18,000 Sq Ft and will retail online for $64.99, delivered.
What is a good starter fertilizer?
Our Top Picks for Starter Fertilizers: Scotts Turf Builder Starter Food for New Grass (4.9 / 5 rating) GreenView 2131254 Starter Fertilizer (4.8 / 5 rating) Jonathan Green Green Up Seeding & Sodding Lawn Fertilizer (4.8 / 5 rating) Lesco Professional Starter Fertilizer, 18-24-12 (4.7 / 5 rating)
How often can I apply Air8?
The Air8 will hammer deep into that compacted clay while the RGS pushes deep, dense, root development to chase it down. This is going to be pretty thick so be sure to agitate early and often. Spray this mix every 4 weeks, all year long.
Who makes CarbonX fertilizer?
Fertilizer Evolved, the N-Ext Generation of fertility is here. Introducing CARBON-X™, a game changer.
Is PGF complete worth it?
PGF Complete is certainly a nice fertilizer. It has small prill size, some micro nutrients, humic acid, and the magical 4-1-2 ratio. What it does not have is value…you just don’t get the coverage with PGF Complete as you do with the other big enthusiast competitor, CarbonX.
Do I fertilize or seed first?
Most landscaping professionals agree that it is always best to fertilize the soil first if you are seeding a new lawn. It is also recommended to conduct a soil test so that you select the appropriate fertilizer.
Can you put grass seed and fertilizer down at the same time?
When seeding a lawn, you should never apply the fertilizer and seed together. This can cause an uneven distribution of the materials resulting in patchy areas or seedlings burned by excess fertilizer. It is best to spread the fertilizer just prior to planting the seed.
Is Air8 a wetting agent?
Basically all the other ‘liquid aeration’ products are Wetting Agents/Soil Sufactants while Air8 is another formulation that has some science behind it that should work better in theory.
When should I put humic acid on my lawn?
Apply humic acid during your lawn’s growing season, preferably in spring or fall. The ideal application is just after spreading a microbe-feeding fertilizer. Apply in the morning or evening. Afternoon applications can cause your water-based humic acid solution to evaporate before it can be absorbed by the soil.
Can you apply Air8 and RGS together?
Combined applications of N-Ext RGS™ and N-Ext Air-8™ have proven to be a very effective way to relieve soil surface and root zone compaction in lawns. These products, when applied together will power your turf through both surface and subsurface compaction.
Does liquid aeration really work?
Most experts agree that these products are not effective. The experts state that liquid lawn aerator products have not been proven to successfully break down dense soil to alleviate compaction.
How often should I aerate my liquid?
It takes a minimum of 45-60 days for these enzymes to make a difference in your soil. After the first treatment, you should re-treat every 45-60 days during the growing season, While temperatures are above 50 degrees Fahrenheit, to continue to enrich and feed the soil.
Is carbon good for grass?
Carbon is important to photosynthesis Lawns and other green plants use carbon to make vital organic compounds. Plants receive the carbon from the air.
What happened Carbon Earth?
We no longer carry any Carbon Earth products. There is a new company that was formed that will produce Carbon Earth. The previous company has gone out of business and is expected to re-build a new company. The same applies to the other products previously produced by Carbon Earth.