Growers Trust Product review P1

Growers Trust Product review Part 1.


I received a package in the mail today from Growers Trust. In case you missed the first post, you can see it here at Growers Trust review coming soon. When I opened the box, I was very surprised. I know on the Growers Trust website you can buy the 16 fl oz, 32fl oz, 1 gallon, and 1 gallon concentrate bottles . For a review I thought I was going to receive a smaller sample bottle or the 16fl oz, but they sent me a full sized 32fl oz bottle. That was very nice of them, and I am sure I will use every last drop.

So these are the two products that they sent. One of the great things about getting these in the mail, was the packaging. I’ve ordered a few products of the Internet before, and they generally come in over sized boxes, and a generous amount of paper. The box was just big enough, with just enough paper to hold and secure the two products. This is always nice, as I do not want to create a bunch of trash, or use a lot of trees.

 

Both bottles come with their own spray nozzle, and directions on the back. The nice touch on the instructions, is there is an indoor process, and outdoor process.

 

The first product I am going to talk about is the Powdery Mildew killer. I applied the spray on the plants that had visible powdery mildew on them. I applied a generous amount as the directions said. I have to say that the products smell nice. There are no harsh chemicals, or foul odors. They are primarily plant extract, and citrus oil, so there is a nice smell of lemons in the air when I sprayed my plants. I sprayed my plants about three hours ago.

Checking my plants again, I seen a little bit of powdery mildew left on the worst leaf of my bamboo. I took my thumb and gently rubbed the leaf, and the mildew came right off. Where as before I would be able to rub some off, but it would still visibly remain.

The bottle says to repeat every 5-7 days as needed. For this leaf, I am going to repeat the process just to make sure. On my other plants and leafs that had the Powdery Mildew, I see no more evidence on the plants. In 5-7 days, I will spray again when I apply to my bamboo, and I should be set.

Over all, on the Powdery Mildew Killer, I am very pleased and impressed. Growers Trust has a very good, and organic product. I will suggest this to my friends and family. If you notice that you have any Powdery Mildew on your indoor plants, or you live in a warmer region, Go over to http://www.growerstrust.com and pick up a bottle of Powdery Mildew Killer. I am sure that you will be just like myself, pleased, and delighted with the product that you receive.

 

Check back later as I give a review on Growers Trust’s Spider Mite Killer.

Thank you for reading,

Garrett

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