This product is 5 Gallons of RGS in two 2.5 gallon buckets.
N-Ext RGS™ is designed to increase rooting and decrease stress pressure caused by heat and drought.
The biologically active material contains Humic Acid and Sea Kelp to aid in initial spring green up, to buffer and extend nitrogen release rates, and to add oxygen to the soil profile for greater nutrient uptake.
RGS - Stands for Root Growth Stimulator and that’s exactly what it does.
This product is packed with hormones from sea kelp that stimulate roots and stolons/rhizomes coupled with chelating Humic Acid.
It’s truly the backbone of the Bio-Stim program, hands down, and has the highest concentration of Sea Kelp hormones in the line.
It’s never a bad time to apply RGS to your soil. If you want to stimulate roots, rhizomes and/or stolons (depending on grass type) then RGS is the best place to start!
Here is a great video explaining the best way to utilize RGS:
Also, check out the "How To Spray Next RGS Root Growth Stimulant" with a hose-end sprayer plus colab with my friend Reel Low Dad straight outta Lakeland, FL, and much much more in this 30 minute lawn care video.
The recommended application rate is 3 oz per 1,000 sq ft.
This product is shipped in 2 - 2.5-gallon jugs.
1 gallon = 128 oz
2.5 gallons = 320 oz
5 gallons = 640 oz
At the app rate of 3 oz/1,000 sq ft, you will get:
For a 5,000 sq ft lawn, this means you will get ~43 total applications:
3 oz/1,000 sq ft x 5 = 15 oz
640 oz/15 oz = 42.6 total applications
Keep this in mind when you decide how much you need. If your yard is not that big, consider splitting with a neighbor or family member.
Storage: Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight. Product will store for 2 years under warehouse conditions.
IMPORTANT SHIPPING INFORMATION: Shipping is included in the price.
We can not currently ship to Alaska, Hawaii, Oregon and/or PO Boxes
Typically delivered in 4-7 business days.
Free stickers with every order.
When you purchase you'll also receive my N-Ext product guide on when and how much to put down (via email).