If your turf or plant beds have a weak root system and rarely survive insect damage, extreme temperatures, or heavy rainfall, then consider CytoGro.
CytoGro is an EPA registered hormone biostimulant that promotes root growth. It is derived from seaweed extracts that blend cytokinins and natural synergists to stimulate growth and increase your turf’s strength against environmental stress. It can be applied through fertigation or spray either alone or mixed in a tank with other products.
Benefits of Using CytoGro
CytoGro’s source of cytokinins and auxins enhances plant growth by developing a deeper, denser root system. It also helps plants withstand stress from harsh environments, temperature extremes, drought, insect damage, high salinity, and traffic. In high traffic areas, such as athletic fields and parks, CytoGro initiates a rapid repair and recovery system on damaged turf.
CytoGro also contains hormone cofactors, like amino acids, vitamins, and proteins, that allow it to be effective at low application rates, saving you time and money.
It also conditions plants to tolerate salinity from poor quality irrigation water or fertilizer salt buildup. It enhances calcium uptake which negates the adverse effect of increased sodium. It brings about a deeper, denser root system and a denser canopy in spite of salts in the soil. This amplified root mass aids in the uptake of water, fertilization, and pesticides, which will save you additional time and money.
Other benefits of using Cytogro include:
Increased transplant survival
Minimized frost damage
Effective application for all turf and plants
Affordable and easy to use
Compatible with growth regulators
Common problems that CytoGro addresses include:
Shallow or poorly developed root systems
Weak or thin areas of turf
Wear from high traffic activity
Drought, insect, and temperature damage
Harsh seasonal damage
Turf applications: Golf greens, sports fields, sod production, new sod, lawns, playgrounds and parks, landscaped roadways, and cemeteries.
Grass applications: Bentgrass, Bermudagrass, Centipede, Fescue, Kentucky Bluegrass, Perennial Ryegrass, St. Augustine, and Zoysia.
Other applications: Nurseries, greenhouses, and landscape and lawn care management areas.