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Organic Water Wizard, 1Qt Size with Applicator

$29.95
SKU: 83234
List Price: $29.95
Price: $29.95

http://www.pearlspremium.comPearl's Premium is pleased to offer Organic Water Wizard - an exciting new product that will help keep your Pearl's Premium lawn (and garden) healthy through the hot, dry summer. Spray it on with a garden hose to protect your lawn for up to 90 days.

  • Great for lawns seeded in Spring
  • Great for lawns and gardens if you're going away for vacation
  • Great for your conscience during summer heat and drought

A one-quart container with applicator covers up to 4,000 square feet. Buy the 1 gallon refills too if you have more area to cover.

Please note: Applicator nozzles made for other products are calibrated differently and may not mix the Organic Water Wizard concentrate with water at the appropriate ratio. You will need at least one Organic Water Wizard quart with applicator to use with the bulk gallons.

How Does It Work?

Organic Water Wizard molecules have the unique ability to attract, hold, and then transfer water molecules into plant roots. One end of the Organic Water Wizard molecule anchors itself to soil particles and root hairs coating their surface. The other end is available to “grab” free water molecules from humid air circulating in the soil, applied waterings, rainfall, etc… 

Once Organic Water Wizard has “grabbed” a water molecule, it releases it into the plant’s root throughout osmosis preventing it from being lost to evaporation or leaching. Because the Organic Water Wizard molecule is too large to fit through the cell wall of the root, it is left behind where it is free to “grab” another water molecule. This process is repeated over and over again, continually supplying the plants with water.

Hydrophobic soils are caused by organic matter (i.e. lipids, proteinaceous compounds, humic acid, fulvic acids, alignins, and suberin) that coat the soil particles and repel water. Because Organic Water Wizard is able to adhere to these compounds, water molecules are drawn to these hydrophobic areas, restoring the natural capillary action of the soil matrix that brings plant available water to the root system.

Material Handling Data Sheet