Lynn Norris owns Norris Farms in Hokes Bluff Alabama. When I first met Lynn he was getting ready to propagate about 8,000 tomato plants. He told me he was very satisfied with his current fertilization plan. He let me water in a flat of seed he just planted. Several weeks later he calls me and tells me he is “A Believer” in the fertilizer. He called me 4 weeks later and wanted to know what this stuff was. He wanted some and wanted it right then.
“After using the Omni-Max product I have noticed a major increase in growth. Also, we have better taste quality over any of our previous methods!”
When AgGrand was discontinued almost two years ago, Randy began looking for a suitable replacement. Concerned about the low quality soil where his peach orchard is located in Alabama, he gave Omni-Max a try and noticed immediate improvement in growth, taste, as well as fewer pests to deal with!
“We saw the pasture fescue reinvigorate. Weeds killed. Jamur lawns turned vibrant green. The fescue was reinvigorated, turning darker green and healthier, and the pond algae started reducing. A grand slam of success!”
Marla is a great lady who loves her animals. She and her husband own a non-profit mobile petting zoo for underprivileged kids. They do a lot of great work with their local community. It has been a great pleasure working with her!
“I was very impressed with the results from the Omni-Max 6-3-3. I would highly recommend it if you want really great results. I have found a great replacement for conventional fertilizer. My wife had a potted plant that she was going to throw away because of the poor condition it was in. I have tried Miracle Grow without favorable results. They are two different plants in one planter. I looked at them and told her that I had heard about Omni-Max 6-3-3 and that I would like to try it on them. I mixed 4 oz. in 1 gallon of water and poured about 1 cup of the mix onto the plants. Within two days, I saw a difference in the plant. Within one week, they started putting on new growth and now they look like new plants.”
“Our truck, in Kenya, which normally takes 2,000 to 2,500 heads of cabbage to the market, took only 800 heads because of the INCREASED SIZE!”