Hummert Provides Springtime Growing Supplies for Greenhouse Supply Wholesalers

Hummert International announced the continued availability of their growing supplies, growing media, soil, fertilizer, and plant containers/pots, available immediately.

Earth City, United States - April 11, 2019 /PressCable/ —

St. Louis, MO (April 2019) – Customers looking for exceptional growing supplies are now able to purchase general growing supplies, growing media, soil, fertilizer and plant containers/pots by Hummert International. Company president, Sonny Hummert, at Hummert International has just released more in-depth details of general growing supplies, growing media, soil, fertilizer, and plant containers/pots’s development.

General growing supplies, growing media, soil, fertilizer, and plant containers/pots is designed to appeal specifically to Greenhouse Supply Wholesalers and includes:

First-quality ingredients – This was made part of the product since choosing the best mix components is the foundation of a healthy greenhouse. Customers who buy general growing supplies, growing media, soil, fertilizer, and plant containers/pots should enjoy this particular feature because each component offers characteristics that are carefully evaluated and integrated into their specific-purpose blends to optimize growing results.

Fertilizer containing nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium – Hummert International made sure to make this part of growing supplies development as these play more roles in the health of both plants and soils than any other nutrients. Customers will likely appreciate this because these chemicals are balanced to provide vigorous vegetative growth while producing abundant, thick leafy vegetables. They are also safe to use around people and pets.

Hummert carries the best in professional and retail growing pots, containers, flats and inserts from TO Plastics, Nursery Supplies, Pöppelmann, Belden, Jiffy, Dillen-ITML, HC Companies, among others. Commercial pots provide a great addition to the outside or inside of homes to add a beautiful touch. This is great news for the consumer as with the easy mobility of commercial pots, plants will be able to provide a touch of beauty anywhere around the desired spot of placement.

Sonny Hummert, when asked about general growing supplies, growing media, soil, fertilizer, and plant containers/pots said:

“Hummert has everything a garden supply store could need for spring. From soil and fertilizer to the pots you put it in, we can make sure you are completely ready for growing season.”

Those interested in learning more about the business can do so on the business website at https://www.hummert.com/ or they can visit the Facebook page.

Those interested in purchasing can go directly to the product listing, here: https://www.hummert.com/growing-supplies

Hummert International

4500 Earth City Expy

St. Louis, MO 63045

(800) 325-3055

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Address: 4500 Earth City Expressway, Earth City, Missouri 63045, United States
Phone: +1-800-325-3055
Website: https://www.hummert.com/

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