Nothing Against Filler,
We Just Believe There Should Be Less of It.
Some bags of blended fertilizers contain up to 50% filler. Seems a bit excessive since filler adds little to no nutritional value. What advantages do you gain by replacing filler with a higher nutrient analysis? A lot, when you add them up:
Fewer applications throughout the year
Less mowing to complete and clean up after
More time for crews to complete other tasks
A reduced number of fertilizer bags to buy, handle and store
Less filler. More advantages for you.
Now that’s something we can endorse.
Look Beyond Cost Per Bag
Watch this video to see how reducing the amount of filler, and increasing the amount of enhanced efficiency fertilizer (EEF), in a blend can save you money – even with a more expensive bag.
How much can you save with EEFs?
Plug your nutrient analysis into our calculator to find out how less filler in the bag can impact your cost of doing business.
Calculate My Savings
Here’s how businesses are using EEFs to counter rising operation costs, tighter budgets, labor issues and environmental concerns.
“Instead of fertilizing four or five times per year, we’re fertilizing just twice because DURATION CR® fertilizer provides a steady, controlled release for up to 90 days.”
Mike Annatone | Executive Landscaping
“It (EEFs) costs a little more because it has a better blend, better ingredients and slow release, but it definitely gets us a return on fewer applications and less labor to apply.”
Peter Novak | Serpico Landscaping
“If you use a slow-release (EEF) product, the plant is getting a lot more of the product and you’re not losing it to the environment or atmosphere.”
Richard Bevilacqua | Eastern Land Management
“XCU® has really been performing well for us. In fact, our customer retention rates have improved by 1.5 percent each year since we started using it.”
Corbin Schlatter | Weed Man USA
“Our customers love the look of dark green grass, and that’s something that UFLEXX® really helps us with.”
Sarah Mack | Central Services Co., Inc.
Connect with your distributor or local Koch representative today and find out how to add EEF technology to your fertilizer program.