Mow less with Primo Maxx PGR

Has your lawn gone crazy this spring? Is mowing a chore you’re doing more often than not? What if we told you there was a product on the market that can decrease your frequency of mowing while IMPROVING the overall quality of your lawn?

 

Introducing Primo Maxx Plant Growth Regulator (PGR)

A PGR helps reduce the number of times you need to mow throughout the warmer months while your lawn is growing at its fastest!

PGR’s like Primo Maxx work by slowing the production of gibberellic acid, a plant hormone that promotes cell elongation. Vertical shoot growth is slowed, while lateral and below-ground growth of rhizomes, stolons, tillers and roots is stimulated.

Less mowing with primo maxx

Primo Maxx promotes denser, healthier turf through promoting a stronger, deeper and more robust root system. Your treated lawn will be able to withstand a variety of stresses including heat, drought, diseases and traffic.

It is a great product to use through spring and summer to make fast growing varieties like Eureka Kikuyu and TifTuf Bermuda more manageable. 

Benefits of Primo Maxx Plant Growth Regulator:

  • Reduces grass growth: reduced mowing by up to 50%
  • Less bare patches: improved aesthetic. Build a tougher lawn:
  • Increased root density: drought resistance & improved lawn resilience.
  • Increased density: improved shade tolerance.
  • Increased durability: hardier under children and pet use.
  • Reduces seed head production
  • Reduces fertiliser use, watering, and clipping yield

The small pack gives you access to the products professional use, so you can have stadium quality turf at home!

The 1L bottle will cover up to 1000m2 of turf and is safe on all varieties.

Primo Maxx makes lawns look great with half the work or for less than 3 cents a square meter.

 

If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. 

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