SOIL POLYMERS – IT WORKS! Promotes root development • Adds air to soil Grows healthier-greener-fuller plants • Works for years in soil
Less Water, Less Work, Less Fertilizer! STORES WATER & WATER SOLUBLE NUTRIENTS AT THE ROOTS.
These tiny polymer granules absorb water and fertilizer and can be mixed with soil. The granules hold 400 times their weight in water. The captured water polymer "reservoirs" should be placed at the ROOTS and can reduce watering 30-50%! The plant roots grow through the polymers drawing water and fertilizer from them. Polymers release up to 95% of the absorbed water through plant roots. Granules shrink as the plant’s absorption and atmospheric evaporation extract water. Polymers remain effective through thousands of shrink swell cycles.
Add 1 tablespoon dry polymers to one gallon water. RAIN WATER WORKS BEST! Allow to absorb for 4-5 hours, drain in colander before use.
TO REPOT PLANTS: Select a slightly larger pot, clean and sanitize if necessary. Gently loosen soil around the root ball of selected plant. IF roots are wrapped around the plant, untangle the roots and trim so roots will grow straight in the next larger size pot. In a separate container mix hydrated polymers & soil together. I use a 50/50 ratio of hydrated polymers and soil. Place soil and hydrated polymers at the bottom of the pot. For exterior plants, I put a layer of brown leaves a few inches thick at the bottom of the pot. The leaves stop leaching of soil and polymers and the leaves will eventually become compost. Add necessary amount of soil and polymer mixture, prior to placing plant in pot, put a handful or 2 of hydrated polymers where the plant root will be placed (under the root ball). Add remaining soil around roots. Slightly pack soil mixture. You will have to add more soil and polymers later.
SOIL POLYMERS– IT REALLY WORKS! Non-Toxic • Safe around children and pets • Bio-degradable Great for all kinds of plants • Indoor or Outdoor
Yvette Cutrer - a native of Larose, Louisiana, Resident Kokomo, Mississippi
1989 - Started using polymers (20 yrs experience)
1999 - LSU Master Gardener Graduate
1999 - Meritous Award and 1st Place - Ponchatoula Flower Show
May 2008 “Appreciation” Rosette from Pine Needle Garden Club Flower Show
April 2009 Invitation to make center pieces for the Mississippi Garden Club Convention McComb
September 2009 Workshop New Orleans Botanical Garden
October 16 & 17, 2009 31st Annual Fall Flower & Garden Fest - Crystal Springs, Mississippi
April 10, 2010 Twin Light Creations 2nd Saturday 10th Anniversary Celebration Bay St. Louis
My first wreath made in 1996 lived till 2006.
AGGRAND 4-3-3 NATURAL Fertilizer ORGANIC - www.wiserlubricants.com These essential nutrients promote vigorous growth, increased root development and improved disease and stress tolerance.
The summer of 1989 I bought 2 small bags of polymers at a flea market in Florida. I ordered more, used it in all my plants year after year and sold some. During the drought of 2000 my plants were healthy and looked great. The weathermen were saying how everyone was watering their plants daily, I wasn’t. I had polymers in all my plants. I started selling them again, I was self assured that I knew what I was talking about and had proof that it worked.
I received lots of letters and calls about the success others had using my polymers. My cousin visited from Indiana this summer, she said she tried many times to root a Grand Duke my mom had given her and had not been successful. I gave her polymers, told her to put 50/50 ratio of soil & polymers, a little fertilizer and she would root that plant. She called a few weeks ago all excited . . . she rooted it!! I’ve rooted a leaf of a pink splash & leaflet of a scheffleras tree that was too tall and lanky (see pictures). I’ve rooted lots of antique roses, gardenias and many other cuttings, I knew it would root!
We have 2 breeder poultry houses; 16,000 hens and 2,000 roosters, picking “at peak” an average of 14,000 eggs a day! I’m up at 4:30 every morning to feed the chickens. I am mother of 2 teenagers, wife, I pick eggs everyday we have chickens, I plan motorcoach tours and sometimes cook and keep house. Thank God I put polymers in my plants! Where’s the time to water? There are days I don’t go in the greenhouse or play in my plants.
I recently purchased a larger greenhouse! I’m working on clearing the land and getting it up.... give me time. You may still schedule a time to make your own wreath. I have lots of supplies and plants.
I’ve been written in several newspapers and in the Louisiana Gardener Magazine. One day I'll be in Southern Living Magazine, Martha Stewart Show and Home & Garden Channel.
I appreciate you viewing my site and greatly appreciate your purchase(s). All proceeds go back to improve the farm.
I recommend that you use AGGrand Organic Fertilizer in your plants, fields and gardens. I also recommend AMSoil 100% synthetic oil for all your vehicles. There are lots of testimonials on both, go to www.wiserlubricants.com and you too can improve conditions on planet earth.
If you have any delicious & easy to make quiche recipes, egg custard or anything made with eggs, send them to me. We'll cook some up one day.
Happy gardening, hope to hear from you soon!
The fern on the right is sitting on a round picnic table. It was a small fern I repotted several times in soil and polymers. That was the largest pot I could find.