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Corn

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We have been using Terreplenish on our conventional farms with great results going on 5 years now. Our plants are much healthier plants, and we have seen an increase in yields in just the first year. Terreplenish does everything a cover crop will do and more without the cost of added equipment and time. Roy Winnings, Illinois.

Super sweet grapes

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I've been using Terreplenish for more than 5 years on my grapes, I noticed a difference almost right away on the size of the fruit sets, even more significant is I haven't had powdery mildew or flea beetles since. Martha, Chicago.

Orchids

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Everything I grow is thriving with Terreplenish! I never felt like I had much of a green thumb until I started using it.  Now everything is stronger, greener, bigger and with more buds than ever. Fate Fowler Tx.

Heirloom tomatoes

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I have been using Terreplenish for 6 years, and every year is better than the last. My tomatoes are larger and grow later into the year. One year I was still picking red tomatoes until November and I live in Chicago. Mark Iverson, Chicago

Grapes

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I had an old grapevine that would flower and start to get fruit but always succumbed to powdery mildew before I could harvest fruit. I started started spraying Terreplenish on the leaves once a week and the results were amazing. By the end of the summer I had nice fruit to harvest and no signs of disease on the leaves. I started using it in my organic vegetable garden as well and have been very pleased with the results. Robin Roy, Chicago,

Roses

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Amazing! It's the only thing that worked on powdery mildew. My roses cleared up in hours.  All my plants thrive with Terreplenish. I use it to bring back the $1 plants on clearance at Lowe's. A few days later and they look like the $15 plants. Joe Falco, Austin, Tx.

Terreplenish rapidly increases plant health -12 hour time lapse camera 

Belles of Ireland

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Right away, we saw a huge difference in our Bells of Ireland. Terreplenish treated flowers were treated were taller, thicker, with a fuller distribution of flowers along the stem. There were also more stems per plant than on my untreated flowers.  

I was very impressed and have started foliar feeding regularly.

Collie Flower Farm. Liz Cardella

Broccoli

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We applied a foliar treatment to our broccoli crop once a week for 6 weeks at the 50-1 dilution using 8 gallons of Terreplenish per acre equivalent. We have harvested the initial heads, and the treated area heads averaged 3.1 lbs., while the untreated area heads averaged 0.53 lb. … Visually, there is a remarkable difference in the plant size and conformation.  Good uniformity in both plots… a pleasant surprise.  The treated area is equivalent to 4.65 tons per acre, definitely on the high side for organic production on a dry year, or any year.

Solutions in the Land, Illinois

Cannabis

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After applying Terreplenish to our grow, we were able to see substantial game changing improvement in our plants. Within days of our application our plants pushed through their problems and began to grow like a happy healthy plant should. Furthermore, harvest weight and quality were remarkably superior to our last season’s crops. By applying a 10:1 foliar application we were able to knock out powdery mildew that would have otherwise ruined our crop.

JJ Chico, Denver

Cucumbers

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We just harvested cucumbers that we treated with Terreplenish. They weigh more and taste sweeter. I am happy with this product and already preordered more to foliar feed more fields next year.

Katy Warren, Gold Green Ranch, Durham, CA

Garden Vegetables

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We have used this product at Beaver Creek Gardens for 7 years. It is terrific for plant health. We have seen earlier, larger sized and more blossoms when using Terreplenish. 

Cheri Doetch, Beaver Creek Gardens

Hydroponics

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I never enter a grow room without Terreplenish, great nitrogen fertilizer supplement, reduces mold and mildew, bacteria build up in lines and keeps the growing media clean longer. 

Nick Greens, Master Hydroponics Grower, Chicago

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