Bio-Solution H2OExcel helps growers reduce inputs amid shortages, rising costs

May 8, 2022 |

In Illinois, globally farmers are facing a massive fertilizer shortage due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and rising input costs resulting from supply chain constraints. To remain competitive, growers are turning to bio-solutions like H2OExcel to conserve water and reduce inputs during these challenging times.

Made from a blend of natural plant extracts and soil penetrants, H2O Excel has been research-proven to improve soil conditions, reduce surface tension and decrease water usage when planting and growing agriculture crops, rangelands, turf and other vegetation.

“Applying natural H2OExcel helps soils absorb water more quickly and efficiently, therefore decreasing water usage by up to 50% and reducing costs for families and business owners. This unique chemistry is put together to support a dynamic shift in the way modern farming practices have been conducted and brings to the grower the benefit of reduced inputs and water usage, healthier soils, reduced disease pressure and increased yields,” said Chad Vaninger, Executive Vice-President and General Manager at Illinois-based Brookside Agra.

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