Diehard Biorush Plus

  • Soil Injection

Diehard Biorush Plus is a combination of humic acid, cold water sea kelp, yucca extracts, beneficial bacterial and other components to “energize” the root zone of turf, shrubs, trees, and flower beds by providing food for the microbes in the soil, which in turn solublize minerals in the soil for plant uptake.

This product is used by mixing with water and injecting into the ground. It may also be sprayed onto the ground and watered in. Both types of treatments introduce the ingredients into the ground to feed existing soil microbes. Each bag is mixed with 25 gallons of water and treats a surface area of 1650 square feet.

Application Type(s)

Soil Injection

Timing

Diehard Biorush Plus can be applied at anytime the ground is not frozen or not saturated.

Diehard Biorush Plus is available in the following sizes/variations.

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Diehard Biorush Plus (508)
Box contains 8, 1 pound packets
Price: $84.41

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4 Responses to Diehard Biorush Plus

    • The Tree Geek says:

      Hi Jon,

      The PSI shouldn’t be too much of an issue. We have used the BioRush product with just a root feeder attachment on a spray gun with a backpack unit which we have found to work great. Whatever equipment you are using for other soil applied products should work just fine.

    • The Tree Geek says:

      Hi Chris,

      Fertilizers should not be used in the HTI. The makeup is to corrosive and can cause the gaskets and o-rings to degrade. I would recommend a root feeder for fert applications.

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