Re-Store Plus from Growth Products

WHITE PLAINS, NY—Originally Originally developed at the request of golf course superintendents, Growth Product’s Re-Store Plus was designed to rejuvenate soils on fairways while also providing quick color response on turf. This one-step product has been such a fairways success that it is now widely used and recommended for all types of turf applications – golf course roughs, sod farm turfs, sports turfs, and commercial and residential lawns.
The Secret To Re-Store Plus’ Success… is its unique combination of natural soil conditioners together with an organic fertilizer for quick green-up, all in one easy-to-use liquid solution. Its guaranteed N-P-K analysis of 3-0-2 is bolstered with 3% chelated iron and 1% chelated manganese. The solution’s soil conditioning properties come from its high percentages of humic acid (10%), L-amino acids (5%), hydrolyzedsoy protein (5%), and yeast (22 million CFU per gallon). The humic acid in Re-Store Plus is derived from leonardite, a coal-like mineral that is the world’s most active and richest source of humate. The humic acid, along with Re-store Plus’™ amino acids, conditions soil by adding organic matter, increasing soil microbial activity, improving the cation exchange capacity of poor soils, reducing salt build-up, and alleviating compaction caused by overuse.

Re-Store Plus will also demineralize high phosphorus soils, which in turn releases previously bound up nutrients for soil uptake. Re-Store’s hydrolyzed soy protein and yeast stimulate beneficial soil microbes and provide a microbial food source.
While rejuvenating the soil, Re-Store Plus’ humic acid also works to help carry nutrients such as nitrogen, iron and manganese into the grass for quick turf color enhancement. Randy Oberlander, National Sales Manager for Growth Products, says customers using Re-Store Plus “have seen tremendous green-up in a matter of days, and better soil. Re-Store Plus works to feed the soil and build better a root structure, for long-term plant health and stress reduction.”