Archive for June, 2009

Z-MAX Trial

Below are the resutls of a 2008 Z-MAX Trial we ran here in Arizona. In this trial 10 applications of 32 ounces each of a competitor product were applied per acre compared to only 9 applications of 12 ounces each of Z-MAX. With the results being nearly the same if not better for Z-MAX by using over 65% less fertilizer the average saving per acre was around $12.



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An article written in the Seattle Times goes over toxic metal content of fertilizers used in Washington. BHN products contain very trace amounts of toxic metals as highlighted in the article and most were ranked as “cleaner than dirt”.  A link to the article has been posted below.

Three Heavy Metals in Washington Fertilizers

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Here is the Growing Edge Newsletter June edition for your enjoyment. If you would like to be added to the mail list please contact Nick at:


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