Suffusion is an effective blend of surfactants for use on all types of growing media in nurseries, greenhouses, interior plantscapes, and soil production. Suffusion works by reducing surface tension of applied water, penetrating into dry and water repellent areas, and linking together water-repellent soil and water. Peat, bark or alternative compost substrates are typically candidates for Suffusion.
An effective blend of 3 types of surfactants:
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Granular Formulation for Initial Wetting and Grower Media Blender Growing Media Preparation - Incorporation
|Production Area||Rate/cubic yard||Longevity Requirements Growing Media Conditions|
|Containers, field soil
Long-term production cycles
|2 lbs.||Maximum longevity (9 -12 months)
Severely water repellent
|Pots, hanging baskets
Medium term production cycles
|1 lb.||Medium longevity (3 - 6 months)
Moderately water repellent
|Flats, pots, trays, plugs
Short term production cycles
|1/2 lb.||Short term activity (2 - 6 weeks)
Slightly water repellent
|Further applications can be made as necessary during production (see below or liquid label).|
Growing Media in Production — Top-dress and Drench In
|Containers, pots, hanging baskets||2 teaspoons per I gallon container|
|4 teaspoons per 2 gallon container|
|2 tablespoons per 3 gallon container|
|3 tablespoons per 5 gallon container|
All types of growing media in nurseries, greenhouses, interior plantscapes and soil production.
Resistance to wetting.
50 lbs. pail.
For more complete mixing information, please see Product Information Bulletin.