Now Available: AquaVor's Perfect Plant™ Food for Superior Plant Growth

August 07, 2014 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle News
August 7, 2014 - Tustin, CA – AquaVor, a manufacturer of innovative gardening products, is pleased to announce that its professional grade Perfect Plant™ Food product is now available for purchase on the company's website. Specially formulated with 16 micro and macronutrients, the plant food product offers complete nutrition for plants. The result is fast, vigorous growth, strong stems and leaves, and spectacular blooms.

AquaVor Perfect Plant™ Food is safe to use on fruits, vegetables, and herbs, and the formula contains no urea nitrogen, which can build up in the soil and damage plant roots. The product is safe around pets, pools, and garden ponds.

AquaVor is known for its innovative Food 'n Water Can, a unique watering and nutrient delivery system with a food cartridge that snaps right into the can itself. The watering can has been featured in several gardening magazines and on the Today show. It is a safe, simple, and clean alternative to the traditional application of plant nutrition, with no mixing or measuring required.

AquaVor's Perfect Plant™ Food product is available for purchase on the company's website in a Four Pack containing four 16 oz. pump bottles or as part of a set that includes the uniquely designed Food 'n Water can. Plants are so responsive to AquaVor's professional grade plant food that gardeners can expect four times faster growth.

AquaVor continuously works to improve its products to help gardeners achieve fast, superior plant growth. Visit for product information, or call 714-731 8771.

Company Bio
AquaVor has been featured in Better Homes and Gardens, Fine Gardening Magazine, and on the Today show. The company makes innovative gardening products that deliver the perfect balance of micro and macronutrients to help plants grow four times faster. The company was founded by Andrew Durant, who has maintained strikingly beautiful plants in Orange County, CA for over two decades with his simple but effective formula: "Don't water too much. But each time, feed your plants."

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