THE GOODS

Retain Substrate Enhancer

Retain substrate enhancer is a dry-granular superabsorbent polymer additive intended for both water and nutrient retention and release in soil and soilless media. Retain can be mixed dry or pre-hydrated into soil and soilless media. It absorbs several times its volume in water and then slowly releases it into the soil as needed. This provides an even water and nutrient supply to the plants.

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Green Profit October 2017 Page: 43 - Reader Service number: 131
RainSoil
1591 E ELGIN ST
CHANDLER, AZ
US
85225
www.rainsoil.com
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