Medina Ag

Medina Plus Liquid Concentrate Plant Food

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Product Details

  • 046753020322 UPC
  • Converts nutrients into usable food for the plant
  • Balances the soil micro flora, soil pH and soil structure
  • Promotes root growth
  • 1 qt.


Medina's Soil Activator stimulates beneficial organisms in the soil. You'll notice a healthier, stronger root system because it actually loosens and balances the soil. It's excellent for revitalizing tired, overworked lawns and gardens. Medina Soil Activator can be used with most fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides, or in conjunction with natural soil building practices. It is excellent for compost piles, and derived from a complex bio-catalyst process. It's also fortified with essential micronutrients. It stimulates, strengthens and multiplies the soil's indigenous microbes and bacteria, and also: Converts nutrients into usable food for the plant Balances the soil micro flora Balances soil pH Balances soil structure Reduces salt accumulations Reduces chemical buildups Promotes root growth Reduces soil compaction

APPLICATION RATES GARDENS AND FLOWER POTS: For small areas and flower pots, mix 6 tablespoons or 3 ounces in a gallon of water and apply with a sprinkling can. Use 3 to 4 times a year.

COMPOST PILES: To speed up the composting process, use 1 cup of Medina Soil Activator to each yard of compost. Mix this with enough water to keep the pile moist but not saturated. Repeat monthly.

YARDS AND LARGE AREAS: Use a hose on sprayer. If the sprayer has an adjustment, set for 6 tablespoons or 3 ounces per gallon. Fill the container with undiluted Medina Soil Activator. One quart should cover 1,000 square feet. Continue spraying an area of 1000 square feet until 1 quart is used. Use 3 to 4 times a year.

1 Review

  • 5
    Medina Plus

    Posted by Steven Casley on May 24th 2021

    I am living in Maryland. I am a 5th generation Texan. I l remember Dewey Compton talking about Medina. I listen to Randy Lemmon on KTRH AM 740 in Houston on iheartradio Saturdays and Sundays. He talks a lot about your product lines, so I wanted to give it a chance and try it out on my recently purchased tropical fruit trees. I only applied it week so it's a little soon to report the effects. I'll continue making weekly applications and keep you posted.