CONTACT: Rich Johnston
GROWSCRIPTS DELIVERS REVOLUTIONARY CITRUS TREE CARE FOR HOMEOWNERS IN FLORIDA VIA LOWE’S GARDEN CENTER CHANNEL
HOWEY IN THE HILLS, (May 8, 2016) – GrowScripts Plant Care Products, the company that believes in lending Mother Nature a helping hand, is proud to announce its product for citrus tree care is now available to consumers via Lowe’s Home Improvements Garden Center.
With an ever increasing awareness of citrus tree decline due to the plant disease “Greening” homeowners are asking for proven products to care for their family member [the citrus tree in the backyard]… Because it just wouldn't be Florida without one. GrowScripts delivers by providing proven products in just the right size, to minimize waste, via a revolutionary product bundle of 6 products in one kit.
This new channel of distribution allows for more homeowners to become diligent in care for their citrus trees. Ultimately, with more and more homeowners coming on board with ideal care for their citrus tree, and helping in the attack agains the carrier of citrus Greening, the Asian Citrus Psyllid, GrowScripts Rich Johnston adds: “Homeowners are now able to care for their citrus trees just like a grove owner would…”
GrowScripts is focused on providing homeowners with professional grade products (Fertilizers, Micronutrients, Plant Care Kits and other Products) in just the right size for just the right time. Our care kits are proving to be very successful in the retail arena. Included in each kit is a combination of products never before available to the homeowner. This “kit” concept has never before been seen and is in a patent pending status for GrowScripts. In addition with the combined products, a detailed application calendar is developed for each species of plant. When the products are used in conjunction with one another, and the application calendar, homeowners achieve green thumb success. Other products are available in large and small sizes for varieties such as: Apples & cherries, avocado, blueberry, citrus, mango, peach, tomato and tropical fruits. For more information, visit growscripts.com