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Organic complete systemic nutritional complex

EVERGREEN ORG is an OMRI Listed 3-3-3 nutritional complex containing 5% calcium, and other natural vitamins, minerals, and growth stimulants for use in organic production

EVERGREEN ORG can be used on a wide variety of crops such as vegetables, row and field crops, fruit and nut trees.

EVERGREEN ORG is the organic alternative to our conventional complete nutrition package EVERGREEN, providing the same benefits with the same application rate.


  • Organic complete systemic nutritional complex
  • Promotes overall plant health & increases plant tolerance to adverse conditions
  • Promotes increased root mass and vigor on treated plants
  • Improves the frequency of foliar emission reducing the "leaf shrinking" effect
  • Stimulates earliness
  • Increase yields by improving the weight & quality of harvested crops
  • Improves quality of fruit at harvest
  • Significant cost-benefit relationship

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A broad variety of crops including Wheat, Alfalfa, Pastures, Field Corn, Sweet Corn, Soybeans, Beans, Peas, Sorghum, Oat, Sugar Cane, Vegetable Root Bulb or Tuber Crops (Potatoes, Onions, etc.) Tomatoes, Peppers, Leafy Vegetables (Lettuce, Spinach, Cauliflower, Broccoli, etc), Cucurbits (Melons, Watermelon, Squash, Zucchini, etc.), Table Grapes and Wine Grapes, Strawberries, Blueberries, Blackberries, Raspberries, Cranberries, Kiwi, Pome Fruits (Apples, Pears, etc.), Stone Fruits (Plums, Nectarines, etc.) Citrus, Avocadoes, Rice, Asparagus, Okra, Nut Crops (Peanuts, Almonds, Walnuts, etc), Olives, Ornamentals, Landscape

Use Rate

16 oz/ac

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