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Itronics GOLD'n GRO Liquid Fertilizers Help Company Grow


Though some in the green industry are wary of using liquid fertilizers, an environmentally friendly version can be made through a process of photochemical recycling.
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Itronics Metallurgical, Inc. has completed registration of one or more of its GOLD'n GRO products for sale in the northeastern states of Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. Manufactured in Reno, Nevada, the GOLD'n GRO products were tested in the retail nursery and landscape maintenance markets in Rhode Island. Based on the results there, the company has decided to expand sales of the product to the region. The company is now seeking qualified bulk liquid distributors to market the fertilizers, and it expects to begin distribution by June. The liquid fertilizer is made using a photochemical recycling process. A facility extracts more than 99 percent of the silver and virtually all the other toxic heavy metals from used photoliquids. The resulting liquids are then converted into environmentally beneficial, chelated, multi-nutrient liquid fertilizer, which can be used for lawns and household plants.


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