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February 17, 2016 at 3:24 pm

What do you really know about the nutrients in your spray tank? Do you know where your liquid fertilizers are made and if other chemicals are made in the same facility? Is there a risk for contamination?

Have you ever asked your sales rep any of these questions? We invite you to join our #FoliarFAQ discussion, and we challenge you to ask!

In case you missed it, the first question in our #FoliarFAQ series was:  Where are your products manufactured? Now that you know Foliar-Pak products are proudly made in the USA, you should also know what else is manufactured in that facility.

What else is manufactured in your facility?
The answer is simple. Nothing.

Foliar-Pak products are manufactured by EnP Investments, LLC, a leader in plant nutrition for nearly 30 years. They don’t just specialize in plant nutrition; it’s all they do.

EnP manufactures both liquid and dry fertilizers. Their products are made with high-quality raw materials and supplemented with organic-based nutrients. Ingredients like plant derived amino acids, food-grade polysaccharide sugars and molasses, nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium are the types of materials you will find in our manufacturing facility.

You will never find herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, or other chemicals that pose a risk for contamination in our manufacturing facility. Statistically speaking, accidents happen. Even with the strictest processes, you might get one mistake every one million times. Unlike in a facility that manufactures other inputs that are harmful to plants, that one-in-a-million mistake made in our facility won’t cause injury to your turf and plants.

Product performance and safety are important to us, and we don’t take chances with contamination. Foliar-Pak products will always be made at a dedicated facility that specializes in plant nutrition.

Stay tuned for more #FoliarFAQ posts, and join the discussion by asking your liquid fertilizer supplier, “What else is manufactured in your facility?”