I saw you on the net and thought I would drop you a note.
I am a daylily grower who has figured out what it takes to
survive the annual summer droughts. Every summer the rain just stops and my
watering became endless and costly, the city presently has us on watering
rationing every other day. No matter how much I watered the beds, they were
always dry and in constant stress. I discovered polymers five years ago and
things have changed for all the beds I have planted since then. The polymer is
like Jell-0, and it holds 400 times its weight in water and releases it as the
ground dries. This spring I even
did my lawn in polymer, I tilled and incorporated the soil 6-8 inches down and
plugged centipede grass. It spread
quickly and looks great and requires watering once a week while my
neighbor’s grass (which gets watered often) is brown. I could rattle on
about my love of polymer, but I’ll cut to the chase. I was paying from $6-12 per pound till a
friend who uses polymers to manufacture medical products let me piggyback on his
orders to get great pricing.
Now I have started an earth friendly non-profit
company to let everyone else have access to the polymers. www.watersorb.com
The best way to buy them is in 50 lb bulk for $2.50-2.90 per
pound plus $22 for shipping, getting friends together and splitting the cost is
the best way to go. By the single pounds costs a little more, but with having to
ship it here, ship it out, bag it, pay for credit card service, web designer,
labels,…I have no choice. I
am a non-profit company and I do have to pay the bills, but I am still able to
sell polymer way below market rates.
If it isn’t asking too much, drop by my site and tell
me what you think or what you think about polymers. I am always interested in hearing about
better ways of doing things.
PS. My water loving plants have never done better than with
plenty of polymer, it’s like growing them on the edge of a