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Nature’s Source organic plant food 3-1-1 now available for retail sale
The product has its big launch to the industry at Cultivate'14 in Columbus, Ohio, July 12-15. Exhibit visitors can see the new retail display in Booth #1659 where the Nature Source experts and spokesperson Dr. Allan Armitage will be on-hand to share what's new in plant nutrition.
“Expanding our retail line of Nature’s Source Plant Food to include an organic option is very important in today’s market of health and environment conscious consumers,” says Chance Finch, General Manager for Ball DPF, LLC. “With Nature’s Source Organic Plant Food 3-1-1 now available to home gardeners, they can grow bountiful flowers and vegetables, and be confident that they’re gardening organically.”
Nature’s Source Plant Food, formerly Daniels® Plant Food, has been used by leading commercial growers throughout North America for nearly 20 years. The same 3-1-1 formulation that certified organic growers use in their greenhouse production is the same that’s now available to home gardeners.
Like its commercially available counterpart, the new Nature’s Source Organic Plant Food 3-1-1 for retail contains oilseed extract, a natural and sustainable source of plant nutrition. The formula is listed with the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) for use in certified organic production, and it is also a USDA Certified BioBased Product.
For more information on Nature’s Source Plant Food call 888-839-8722 or visit www.naturessourceplantfood.com to find a Distributor.
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