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New Lawn and Garden Product Helps Californians Save Water

September 9, 2015

This new product line helps soil absorb water that hits its surface, whether it comes from the sprinkler or Mother Nature, driving water deeper into the ground reaching the roots and reducing evaporation. EveryDrop(TM) can be used anywhere around your home – lawns, gardens, flowerbeds, even indoor plants.

EveryDrop™ is a water maximizer and is designed to move more water into the soil. This unique formula of wetting agents, helps more water penetrate your soil and get to the roots – where it is needed most.

More water in the soil means less is wasted through surface runoff and pooling. One application lasts for four weeks, so no matter how you water; relying on rain, sprinklers, or hoses, EveryDrop™ helps maximize the water in your outdoor space long after the initial application.

Start applying EveryDrop™ in late spring before the typical summer heat and drought begin. Continue applying monthly during summer and into the fall.

This 10 lb. bag covers 5,000 sq. ft. of lawn or landscape

This 10 lb. bag covers 5,000 sq. ft. of lawn or landscape

This 3.6 lb. shaker jug covers 1,800 sq. ft. of lawn or landscape

This 3.6 lb. shaker jug covers 1,800 sq. ft. of lawn or landscape

Scotts has a long track-record of water conservation and is leveraging significant resources to support the California’s water reduction efforts, with tools that help Californians save water today, reinvent their yards and get inspired with smart and simple ways to save water, go low maintenance and still create a dynamic outdoor space. For more information on how to conserve water, visit:  www.scottsmiraclegro.com/california

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