This product is 1 Gallon of RGS - Root Growth Stimulant with sea kelp and humic acid - our primary bio-stimulant offering for use in lawns and landscapes. Formulated by John Perry of Greene County Fertilizer Co, RGS is the foundation of all Lawn Care Nut and Yard Mastery programs.
If there is one bio-stimulant you are looking to start off with, this is the one to get. If you are new to spraying liquids, this is a great one to start with - don't have fear of liquid applications - they won't "burn" the lawn or anything like that - and RGS is the best to start with any way since it aids in soil health and stimulates roots in turf.
If you have challenges with your grass holding on during summer heat, getting RGS into the soil will help it through the stress.
Root Growth Bio-Stimulant We have been including RGS inside the popular Bio-Stimulant Pack for a few years now. Over that time, we have gotten many requests to carry these products in single gallon offerings. Folks who run out of one but not the others, in this case, RGS, would like to just buy a single. This can be a great option for folks with small lawns too.
We have worked hard to make this option available, and so have our partners at GCF investing in equipment that allows a better seal on the bottle because single gallons will get tossed around much more handily than did the 4 or 5 gallon boxes so a better seal was needed. That is now in place so we feel better about your single gallon getting to you intact!
Single gallons of RGS Root Growth Stimulant do come with 1 free sticker included!
N-Ext RGS with Humic Acid and Sea Kelp
N-Ext RGS™ Liquid Root Growth Stimulant is designed to increase rooting and decrease stress pressure caused by heat and drought. It will also feed microbial life in the soil which helps to optimize your fertilizer treatments.
"N-Ext" is the name of this line of products and N-Ext stands for "Nitrogen Extension." RGS, Root Growth Stimulant, is kind of like the the "base layer" of that line because it contains humic acid and sea kelp.
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 forRoot Growth Stimulant 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!
1 gallon of RGS (this listing) costs $34.99 (includes shipping)
This is due to shipping rates. Carriers charge less "per pound" for heavier weights in a single box compared to lesser weights in a single box. To put it simply, shipping is on average cheaper for 4 gallons than for a single gallon by weight.
So if you want the best value, get Greene County products via the 4 "Build-a-Box" feature or if you want a full 5 gallons of RGS (many folks do) then get that here.
If you only need one gallon, you are still getting MASSIVE VALUE!
Better Value Than Competitors
There are other suppliers offering liquid sea kelp and humic products charging $48-$68 for a single gallon of their formulation.
Our price includes shipping right to your door and is hand packed by our staff and comes with a sticker too (we know you love the sticker!)
We wanted to point this out because we always strive to deliver maximum transparency and value for our customers. #DIYfirst
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).