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PET SAFE LAWN CARE
An integrated natural lawn care program, involving the use of natural organic fertilizer, proper watering, mowing and de-thatching
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CBLC Lawn and Turf conditioner contains humic substances including carbon and nitrogen. It also contains plant hormones and biostimulants, which are substances not found in chemical fertilizers. The addition of supplemental hormones can provide significant benefits to turf grass by reducing plant stress and stimulating root growth. The humic substances  increase soil nutrient availability and root growth, improve soil structure, promote photosynthesis, protein synthesis, and seed germination. Humic acids are especially beneficial in drought environments and in soils that are low in organic matter.



FIELD TRIAL

PURPOSE:
To evaluate the efficacy of CBLC Lawn & Turf Conditioner
YEAR: 2005
LOCATION: 
Coronation, AB, CA
FACILITATOR: H. Endersby
SOIL CONDITION: Average
PROTOCOL: 1 application CBLC at seeding

FROM DIRT TO A MATURE WEED FREE LAWN IN 76 DAYS

JUNE 5, 2005
SOIL PREPARATION & SEEDING
1 APPLICATION CBLC


JULY 7, 2005
32 DAYS AFTER SEEDING


AUGUST 20, 2005
76 DAYS AFTER SEEDING

 

 

 

----- Original Message -----
From: Matt ....
To: admin@ecochem.com
Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2008 12:08 PM
Subject: More Please!!! CBLC

I ordered 2 liters last year and have applied all to my yard in two separate applications.  My yard has never looked so green and healthy!!!!  I would like to order the 4 liter jug.  How much?  My address is  .............. Rockwell, NC 28138.

 If you have questions, please call ... .. ....

 Thanks again

Matt

 

(Original document on file at EcoChem)

----- Original Message -----

From: NHS
Sent: Saturday, July 07, 2007 7:11 AM
Subject: Re: EcoChem

 
Judy
... you know how long I have been using your product. well I ran out this year and did not put your product on the greens. Now with the draught we have no rain we lost a lot of green area from heat stress and I think a lack of nutrients. I am convinced that this product is very good. please send 2 x 5 gallon pails to this address.
 
Northwest Hyd
358 ... Rd
Warren, Ohio 44481
 

Thanks

Butch

 

(Original document on file at EcoChem)

----Original Message----
From: Paula
To: Ecochem
Sent: Wednesday, March 17, 2004 5:22 PM
Subject: EcoChem Product Order CBLC

Thanks very much for your quick answer.

Here’s our experience with EcoChem’s CBLC:

In the Fall of 2002 we had fescue turf installed in our front yard in San Diego, California, and had a large, secondary yard hydro seeded. Whether it was due to the quality of the seed, the density, weather or other factors, the hydro seeded area was not taking root.  Because that area was adjacent to the lush turf it looked even worse. We have Labrador retrievers who “graze” on our grass, so we don’t use chemical growth stimulants or fertilizers on anything.  After extensive Internet searches for animal-safe, environmentally friendly options, we discovered EcoChem’s CBLC Lawn & Turf Conditioner.  As a test, we applied it as directed to a 100 square foot patch of unproductive seeded area that adjoined the very healthy turf. In just a few days the test area grew beautiful fescue. Within 2-3 weeks, you couldn’t see any difference between the formerly barren hydro seeded test area and the adjacent, well established, fescue turf. Since that time, we have used CBLC seasonally, for our residence as well as our rental properties, and we swear by it. We get year ‘round compliments on our green and healthy lawns.

Ben and Paula ........., San Diego, California,

Many thanks for all your help, Judy....

Paula

(Original document on file at EcoChem)

 

----- Original Message -----
From:
PG
To: Ecochem
Sent: Saturday, April 23, 2005 10:35 AM
Subject: Lawn care advice,

Hi

I have used CBLC all last summer, with great results.
I live in the Maritimes temperature Is from 2 low and 18 high.  

Question 1:
Is now a good time to start using CBLC or is it better to wait for more green to show and warmer temperatures ?

Question 2 :
When is it a good time to spead lime, is  early spring ok ?

Thank you for your time

 PG

(Original document on file at EcoChem)

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