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Our New ‘Water-Less’ Treatment Can Save up to 50%!*
If there was a product available that would cut your water use by 30%-50%, would you be interested? Well listen up, Moore Green is now offering a ‘Water-Less’ Treatment. “I first experimented with this product in 2004, but the product wasn’t easily accessible,” states Blake Moore, owner of Moore Green. “Recently the product is now available and is more stable to use and with the need to conserve water, we are making it available to our customers,” he says.
It’s not a soil wetting agent that is included in Moore Green’s BASIC and PLUS lawn programs or a superabsorbent polymer, however it is humectant and hygroscopic compounds that act like a ‘water-magnet’ that attracts water molecules from the air within soil and making it available to plants. One application lasts up to three months!
How To Use It:
1. After the application, water heavily within 3 days to move the product into the root zone with at least ½” of water. Failure to deep water makes the treatment useless!
2. Turn off your automatic sprinkler program. Only water manually on the next morning when the lawn appears grayish-blue and water deeply.
3. Keep track of your water bill or usage and report it to Moore Green via office@getMOOREgreen.com
*These steps must be followed completely to use this product to its full advantage
As a company that provides insect control services, Moore Green recognizes the importance of protecting the good insects such as Honey Bees, Lady Bird Beetles, and Lacewings. If there are trees or shrubs that are blooming at the time of an insect spray, such as an Aphid Treatment or a Foundation Spray, we will purposely skip those plants to protect the beneficials.
We would ask our clients to be aware of local beehives in nearby properties and inform us of their location before an insect control treatment. If you are interested in helping the bee population visit www.operationpollinator.com or look for flower seed mixes that attract Bees and other important insects.
With the dry winter we have had this year many of us are concerned about the availability of water. Conserving the water we have is the first step in being sure that water will be available. Beginning in 2015, Moore Green will increase the concentration of their lawn care products allowing them to use less water.
Blake Moore, owner of Moore Green, states, “We can reduce our water use by 30% which equates into saving around 30,000 gallons this coming year. Customers will continue to get the same amount of fertilizers and weed controls however it will go out with less water.” A lawn that took fifteen gallons in previous years will now only take ten gallons and the lawns will continue to look beautifully green and lush.