Holganix Tree and Shrub Product

Trees and shrubs thrive in a natural forest environment, where leaves and organic debris are free to decompose, creating an abundance of active microbiology in the soil.

The Holganix system helps to recreate this natural, forest soil environment for your trees and shrubs by building up the microbiological life in and around your landscaping, which in turn helps promote root development and nutrient uptake. In addition, Holganix helps create healthier trees and shrubs that are able to withstand disease and insect damage.

When utilizing Holganix, you will be able to supplement your traditional synthetic inputs. It's a hybrid solution to nurturing beatiful trees and shrubs.

 

It’s Easy To Apply Holganix To Your Trees & Shrubs

Here are some application guidelines for your trees & shrubs -- and since over-applying is never a problem, don’t be afraid to use a little extra!

Holganix prefers soil drenches around the trunk of the tree out to about halfway to the drip line, as opposed to a deep root feeding. It works just as well as traditional fertilizers alone, is less labor intensive, and the possibility of spreading any root-born diseases is drastically reduced.

 

How much per 1,000 square feet?

  • 10 oz. of Concentrated Holganix Tree & Shrub per 1,000 square feet. End solution should be 7 to 10 gallons per 1,000 square feet.

 

How much per 200-gallon tank?

  • Combine 2.25 gallons of Holganix Tree & Shrub Super Concentrate and 197.75 gallons of water. Apply at a rate of 7 to 10 gallons mixed solution per 1,000 square feet (spray coverage: 28,500 to 20,000 square feet).

 

Does Holganix Really Work? 

Muirfield_Greenhouse-350132-edited.jpgDoes Holganix really work? Don't ask us, ask our clients. According to Tim Hollowell Horticulturist of Muirfield Village Golf Club, by using Holganix, he was able to overcome serious plant health problems. Click the link below to read a case study on Tim Hollowell and the great results he has seen with Holganix.

Read Tim Hollowell's Case Study