HydroRush As Seen in the Sunlight Supply Catalog
HydroRush is an Oxygen Rich Supplement for your Microbes
We’re more than just “Another Sample”.
You’ll discover more efficient Nutrient Uptake that will provide early plant development,
more Flower-Sites and Fruit.
HydroRush™ is our pH neutral water treatment that releases Oxygen from available sources that provides a safe and efficient way to introduce available Oxygen for your plants without using harmful or poisonous chemicals.
- Efficient Nutrient Uptake
- Fast Plant Development
- Tighter Internodule Spacing
- Increased Flower-Sites
- Increased Aeration
- Prevents Formation of Anaerobic Conditions
- Prolongs Life of Compost Tea
- Accelerated Bright White Root Growth
- Helps Prevent Slime Build-Up and Rotten Egg Odor (H2S)
- Promotes and Allows Beneficial Microbes to Thrive
- pH Neutral
- Mixes easily with Mineral & Organic Nutrients
As you may have heard, HydroRush is an entirely new way to think about your Gardening. There is nothing like it.
- It’s Safe! We’re not toxic or dangerous like Hydrogen Peroxide
- Easy to use and mixes well will everything you already use. We just make everything better and more efficient
- Prolongs the life of Organic Nutrients and Compost Tea
Please Note: For your Security and Privacy, this is a double “Opt-In” Form. This means you will be sent a confirmation eMail that you “Must Approve” to allow us to send your your Free Sample of HydroRush
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Note: HydroRush is not Hydrogen Peroxide or any form of H2O2
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