Broadleaf P4

Introducing
Broadleaf P4
®

P4 was developed over a decade ago in response to the demands of farmers and nursery growers who needed a soil amendment which could outperform conventional potting soils and organic amendments relative to their water holding, releasing, and water saving capacity.

P4 represents the latest technical advance in horticultural and agricultural polymers and is by far the leading product of its kind on the market today. In fact, based on independent laboratory and field trial research, P4 outperforms its closest competitors by wide margins.

What others are saying

"Broadleaf P4 is markedly superior to other soil polymers. P4 has the fastest rate of water absorption and greatest holding capacity in the presence of fertilizers. Other polymers require twice the application rates to achieve the water holding capacity of P4. I remove plant stress and enjoy cost savings on water and fertilizers. Remember water is the most important life-giving fluid for roses. "

Dr. Tommy Cairns
President American Rose Society

"... We have used Broadleaf P4 in our stadium test plots, plus test plots for World Cup Soccer. We had 12 test plots, and used P4 in all of them, from no soil on plywood to different soil mixes and thickness of cut sod. Rooting was excellent In 19 days, We had roots 8 plus inches. The test plots were checked out by World Cup Officials. The no soil test on plywood came out great."

George P Toma
Natural and Artificial Turf Consultant to the National Football League (every Super Bowl and Pro Bowl),
Olympic Games, World Cup Soccer and Kansas City Royals

"...I have tried the polymer (P4) everywhere. Houseplants, hanging baskets, plants in the garden, plants in the greenhouse all get the Broadleaf P4 treatment Outdoors, the plants with polymers (P4) do better than the control plants without polymers, going two or three times as long between watering.... I have found that you cannot over water polymerized plants if you give them a freely draining soil mixture."

Author Ann Lovejoy
Horticulture Magazine

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