Gro-Power Pure ‘n’ Natural Snail & Slug Away RTU Sprayer

Gro-Power Pure 'n' Natural Snail & Slug Away RTU Sprayer

Gro-Power Pure ‘n’ Natural Snail & Slug Away RTU Sprayer NEW! Gro-Power Pure ‘n’ Natural Snail & Slug Away is a natural, organic, and non-toxic way to control your snails and slugs. Safe for dogs, children & the environment! Comes in a 32 oz. RTU (“”Ready To Use””) spray bottle. Protect your plants against the damaging garden snails and slugs. Simply spray your plants directly, or spray the area around the plants. Safely works on all garden plants including vegetables, fruit, citrus, annuals, perennials and herds. This is the only on-plant spray product on the market today that is safe – and won’t harm the soil environment (even safe for earthworms!).

Soil health is defined by the ability to perform essential ecosystem functions such as: nutrient cycling, water filtration, and habitat provision for plants and animals. Properties that determine soil health include texture, depth, density, water infiltration and holding capacity, amount of organic matter, nutrient holding capacity (CEC) and respiration. When the health of the biology present in the soil is disturbed by sudden changes to the ecosystem (e.g., over-tilling or application of any fungi/herb/pesticide chemical) overall soil health is affected. When such practices become the normal management regime, soil becomes cyclically dependent upon amendments and the soils ability to perform nutrient cycling through biology is continually impaired. The biological approach to soil reestablishes soil biology to rebuild the desired properties that can enable soil to return to a healthy natural state.

The relationship between life contained in the soil and the health of the plants that grow within it is inseparable. A plants’ ability to move their roots through soil and find essential nutrients is dependent on the soil’s texture, structure and nutrient content. The biology in the soil creates movement of space and organic matter to aid the ease of root exploration. It is also the mechanism by which nutrients are made available to plants: through decomposition and excretion of dead organic matter. When these two biological processes are functioning properly, plants are able to produce at the optimum level naturally supported by the environment.