Soil Moist Water Management Polymers from JRM Chemical Reduce Plant Waterings

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JRM Chemical offers a full line of water management polymers for the retail and commercial markets. Soil Moist is a non-toxic polymer crystal that absorbs over two hundred times its weight in water. When placed in the soil, Soil Moist absorbs water similar to a sponge and releases it over an extended period of time.

Soil Moist reduces plant waterings by 50% and lasts 3-5 years in the soil. Other benefits of Soil Moist include reducing transplant shock and soil compaction. The polymer acts as a form of insurance for the green good. Soil Moist Plus contains the water storing polymer and a 7-7-7, 8-9 month timed release fertilizer.

The Soil Moist line is available in granules, disks and spikes with timed release fertilizers that reduce plant waterings and feed for 8-9 months.

JRM also offers a full line of mycorrhizal products. This beneficial fungus is available in a variety of forms and includes the water storing benefits of Soil Moist.

JRM Chemical offers a full line of water management polymers for the retail and commercial markets. Soil Moist is a non-toxic polymer crystal that absorbs over two hundred times its weight in water. When placed in the soil, Soil Moist absorbs water similar to a sponge and releases it over an extended period of time. All Soil Moist products are available in a variety of package sizes for retail and commercial applications. The water management polymers and mycorrhizal can be used on indoor and outdoor applications such as for containers, baskets, trees, shrubs, turf and flower beds, landscapers, hydromulching, golf courses and more.

About JRM Chemical, Inc.

JRM Chemical also manufactures Crystal Accents, decorative colored crystals; Snow Real, decorative instant snow; Tree Moist and Tree Moist Plus, Christmas tree granules; Floral Accents cut flower preservative and colorant, and a full line of mycorrhizal and specialty agricultural products.

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