Jul 29, 2022
OASIS Grower Solutions unveils new packaging for hydroponic fertilizer

As many know, the process of growing leafy greens hydroponically can be filled with challenges. However, OASIS Grower Solutions doesn’t think fertilizing should be one of them. That’s why it has developed its one-bag solution for fertilizing leafy greens.

OASIS Hydroponic Fertilizer bag

“We’re not only excited about how effective our hydroponic fertilizer is,” said Bill Riffey, global director of OASIS Grower Solutions, “we’re also thrilled to introduce the new packaging that streamlines the product information and more accurately aligns with our brand aesthetic.”

Specifically formulated for commercial and hobby hydroponic production of lettuce, herbs, greens and most vegetables, the newly packaged OASIS Hydroponic Fertilizer is the one-bag solution that makes hydroponic growing easy. Replacing the traditional two-part approach, this nutrient system is designed to deliver the essential elements in optimal proportions so plants can thrive. Chelated micronutrients make vital growth components highly soluble and available to plants. Plus, with a significant level of calcium and magnesium, it provides balanced nutrient proportion for robust growth – while minimizing the need for back-adding. All of which help growers simplify hydroponic operations by eliminating costly mixing errors, potential injury, additional testing and loss of production.

And, when using the OASIS Hydroponic Fertilizer with OASIS Grower Solutions HORTICUBES AeroMax media during initial watering, nutrient availability and uptake are enhanced to increase seedling growth by upwards of 200%.

For more information on the OASIS Hydroponic Fertilizer, contact Mary Bruns, at [email protected], customer service at 855.585.4769, or visit https://shop.oasisgrowersolutions.com/collections/hydroponic-fertilizer.

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