Presentation on theme: "Water and Fertilization With the help of the Mississippi and Sabine Rivers, we are able to pump water at a high volume and with no salinity issues. We."— Presentation transcript:
Water and Fertilization With the help of the Mississippi and Sabine Rivers, we are able to pump water at a high volume and with no salinity issues. We use a fungicide that not only keeps the irrigation system clean, but also applies to the foliage which is able to keep our tree clean. That same fungicide also runs off into the soil and into the roots which makes for a cleaner and healthier tree. We are able to correct the Ph in the water as well. This enables 100% of our fertilizer to be able to enter the plants tissue. Our system injects a liquid fertilizer along with our high dosage of time release fertilizer. Being able to apply these three steps gives an end result of being able to grow the highest quality citrus tree that is superior to anything grown in the industry.
Rules and Regulations We are constantly working with both state and federal officials to ensure our trees are always in full compliance. In the state of Texas, we are now using a systemic drench as a preventative step from disease to ensure the long lasting health of our trees to our customers. This step is a requirement in our Belle Chasse location. Both nurseries are also sprayed weekly for insects and Fungi. Both states recognize our company for our high quality and co-operation in assisting their efforts.
Inventory We use a larger container which allows for a bigger, stronger, and healthier premium tree. In both locations we have more than enough inventory to satisfy your needs. With over 25 varieties, from the smallest kumquat to the biggest grapefruit, our quality will speak for itself. Through both locations we have available 1 million trees. Citrus is a two year crop and so we have 500,000 trees available for this Fall and coming spring. Minimum trees per store is 150, and you are certainly more than welcome to take more. In this economy we realize that all minimums can not be met, however, we are willing to work with anyone who is willing to work with us. We typically start in early fall as citrus begins to ripen on the tree, and lasts until the summer heat sets in. We welcome anyone to go to our website and Facebook to view additional pictures. Any additional questions, call Ricky