New Fertilizer to Check out!! ProPeat

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WOW some great results you got!

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Any distributor in Massachusetts?

Is this considered organic?

Only the 7-4-14 has Humic?

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MassHole wrote:
Fri Dec 13, 2019 3:55 am
Any distributor in Massachusetts?

Is this considered organic?

Only the 7-4-14 has Humic?
http://www.propeat.com/dealers.php

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Where in NC are you purchasing this?

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I ordered a pallet of 13-5-8.. I'm in Salisbury NC 28146 if you would like a few bags!!

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@O_Poole in one of the previous posts you said “we”. Are you affiliated with the manufacturer of this product? Just curious if you are getting a percentage of the sales from this item. I’m a big fan of transparency when it comes to product sales on a site like this. Thanks in advance for your reply.
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@TN Hawkeye I'm just happy with my results from this product and spreading the word! I don't get paid to be happy with green lawn wish I did..

I buy all my fertilizers by the pallet load just because my place is so big.. Just offering to help a few local TLF members save on shipping if they want it.. Hopefully that answer you question? Thanks!

@TN Hawkeye you should give ProPeat a try tell us what you think..

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@TN Hawkeye Where did I use the word "WE" ? Thanks man

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"Using Peat as carbon base, its about 50 to 60% Carbons, and with Propeat process, we only dry at about 180 to 200 degrees, so it does not kill all the microbes!!"

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@Gilley11 I see.. That's ProPeats e-mail to me I copied it and posted here.. That's not my words sorry about the confusion.

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Gilley11 wrote:
Sat Dec 14, 2019 3:07 pm
"Using Peat as carbon base, its about 50 to 60% Carbons, and with Propeat process, we only dry at about 180 to 200 degrees, so it does not kill all the microbes!!"
Thanks for the assist. I couldn’t figure out how to copy and paste on a tablet.

@O_Poole understandable. I’m just a little cautious after the erosion wizard era. Looks like a solid product. And you definitely got great results. Thanks for the reply.
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@O_Poole @TN Hawkeye you should give ProPeat a try tell us what you think..

Who is US??..

Just teasing you here... couldn't let this one get away. Looks like you had some great color response from the above photo.

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bmitch05 wrote:
Mon Dec 16, 2019 10:06 am
@O_Poole @TN Hawkeye you should give ProPeat a try tell us what you think..

Who is US??..

Just teasing you here... couldn't let this one get away. Looks like you had some great color response from the above photo.
@bmitch Great Color and still looking good today!

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@bmitch05 Great color and it still looking good today! Very happy with the ProPeat fertilizer results!

It's also very easy to work with easy to see the prills and flows through the hopper great! Looking forward to 2020 and trying there 13-5-8!

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1-12-2020 Color is still good for January! And if these temps stay up I just may try 1/2lb of ProPeat's 13-5-8 or 17-0-4.. It's 70 degrees here today in NC crazy weather
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O_Poole wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 1:16 pm
1-12-2020 Color is still good for January! And if these temps stay up I just may try 1/2lb of ProPeat's 13-5-8 or 17-0-4.. It's 70 degrees here today in NC crazy weather
Why are you using this over all of the CarbonX products that you bought?

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Gilley11 wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 5:43 pm
O_Poole wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 1:16 pm
1-12-2020 Color is still good for January! And if these temps stay up I just may try 1/2lb of ProPeat's 13-5-8 or 17-0-4.. It's 70 degrees here today in NC crazy weather
Why are you using this over all of the CarbonX products that you bought?
Well First my Carbon X is NOT usable it's solid in the bag.. It's being picked up today and going back
The only other product I have is 8-1-8 and don't care for it because it's such a small prill I can barely see it when spreading.

Secondly and mainly I don't want to be like everybody else there are other Great products out there like ProPeat and EarthWorks Carbon based fertilizers!

@Gilley11 ProPeat has been 100% Professional to me and will be using their products this year and can't wait to share/show my results in 2020!

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@O_Poole so what is the difference in visibility between xgrn and PP? Are you saying a larger black prill is easier to see than a 90 size black prill? To be honest I feel like any black prill is hard to visualize when spreading, no different than spraying without blue dye.

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@HungrySoutherner The Color of ProPeat is easier to see

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Still looking good at the shop 2-15-2020

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And tried some at home Dec 18-2019.. Just mowed for the 2nd time 2-23-20

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