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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 you your Sample of HydroRush
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Note: HydroRush is not Hydrogen Peroxide or any form of H2O2
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