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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Introducing landscapers to the circular economy and responsibly sourced horti-products

Pro-Grow horticultural range from Veolia is now available to the landscaping industry at discounted trade prices, which are available in 25kg and 600kg bags.

The range includes Plant Feed, Lawn Feed, Bio-Cal, Zero PK, which are all UK manufactured to the highest quality granular formulation with added seaweed and trace elements.

The Lawn Feed is an an organically sourced NPK 12-9-9 granular slow release fertiliser that offers a rich complete balance of major nutrients and trace elements that improve overall fertiliser efficiency. Bio-Cal rapidly increases soil pH by adding micro-ground calcium carbonate that quickly gets to work on acid soils. It is also made using a high quality calcium carbonate from the Scottish Highlands. Zero PK is a high quality phosphorous and potassium fertiliser made from 100% natural rock-based materials and is suitable for organic growing.

Veolia is committed to the creation of green products from waste allowing them to provide a sustainable alternative to synthetic fertilisers. The Pro-Grow range of peat free products have been on sale for ten years and are currently also available through national DIY chains.

As part of this introductory Pro-Grow are offering competitive trade prices starting from £8.99 per 25kg bag delivered.

For more information visit http://www.pro-grow.com/ or send an email to pro-grow@veolia.com.

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One Response to “Introducing landscapers to the circular economy and responsibly sourced horti-products”
  1. Janine McMahon says:

    Excellent !