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Positive ironwi11
(1 review)
On Sep 30, 2013, ironwi11 June Park, FL wrote:

I have been using Atomic Grow for years with nothing but positive results on my shrubs and flowers. As a serious gardner using this it seems to have a positive effect on my plants with no problems with frost, insects, fungus, thrips, or other related problems. My shrubs and flowers roots I believe are stronger and more fiborious.
This product is simple and easy to use with no side effects if used as per manufacture's instructions. I would rate this product a 4 star rating.

Positive Donrpgreen
(1 review)
On Sep 24, 2013, Donrpgreen Melbourne, FL wrote:

Great!!!! I haven't seen this product on retail stands yet, but it should be!

Positive lrod1
(1 review)
On Sep 15, 2013, lrod1 Melbourne, FL wrote:

I failed miserably initially using this product. I ended up calling the company and was fortunate to speak to the owner. What I figured would be a terrible customer service experience and a short conversation ended in half hour chat and a quick tutorial.

I got the run down on how Atomic Grow works and how to apply for my original application (lawns). Since I had his attention, I also inquired about utilizing the fertilizer for a few other things I had in mind, such as a vegetable garden, and small trees I had just planted.

So far, so good. No complaints here, the product is working now that I'm understanding exactly how the fertilizer works. I'm certainly glad I got the opportunity to learn how to apply it correctly, or I may have dismissed a quality product for not knowing better.

Positive pepperjoe
(71 reviews)
On Jan 19, 2013, pepperjoe Myrtle Beach, , SC (Zone 9a) wrote:

Atomic Grow is a fantastic product. I heard about it from Several members of TheHotPepper, a big Chilehead Gardening website. I tried it on Tomatoes that grew like weeds and Hot Peppers that had huge productivity. I own two Seed Companies and would highly endorse Atomic Grow.
Attention: Owner of this product: Please contact me about selling it on my two websites.
Side Note...Mischka is just an Internet Troll that bashes many reputable companies. Just ignore his silly comments. He hides behind a computer keyboard.
Fiery Regards,
Pepper Joe

Positive GardeningFiend
(1 review)
On Jun 10, 2011, GardeningFiend Union, IL wrote:

I purchased this product not knowing which reviews to believe. At the time there was only 2 reviews on this site and it was a 50/50 stance. I also read other reviews on other websites and again some where good and others not so good. Well, I am a believer! This product saved my perennials that I grew from seed last year. The temporary area I had to plant them in last summer is mostly clay and to my surprise they made it through last summer, this past winter and were flourishing this spring. However, our plan was to make this area a raised garden bed and bring in good top soil to fill it. Needless to say I had to dig (lift) all the perennials and replant them once we had the good soil in place. The clay made it difficult to dig deep enough to get all the roots and after planting in the new soil the plants looked as if they were dead or dying (flat on ground and leaves browning and yellowing). So I felt I had nothing to loose and mixed up some Atomic grow with some Quick Start fertilizer and drenched the soil (vs spraying on the leaves since they were so wilted). They began to perk up in a few days and I repeated the process a week later. Within two weeks of the initial feeding they are healthy plants with blossoms or buds. They intially had lost 2/3 to 3/4 of their leaves but have grown 1/2 again as many. The fox glove are smaller then the ones I did not have to dig, but the blooms are beautiful! I am extremely impressed and happy with this product! I will be using it every year in my gardens.

Positive stephaniedob
(1 review)
On Jun 2, 2011, stephaniedob Monticello, FL wrote:

My husband and I tried this product on several different plants including blueberries, figs, roses, crepe myrtles, hydrangeas, grape vines and apricot trees. The results are very noticeable. There are more blooms and the fruit is sweeter. The manufacturer told us how to use the product with fertilizer which really sped up results. We were impressed with how helpful the manufacturer was and how much time he spent explaining how use the product. We were also surprised that such a small amount of Atomic Grow went so far. We have told all of our gardening friends about this product.

Positive jlg248
(1 review)
On May 24, 2011, jlg248 Dacula, GA wrote:

I was a little skeptical at first but decided to try this product myself to see how my plants responded. For the sake of argument we will stick to the tomato plant. I had a few plans that were having some issues with late blight.. I followed the recommended guidelines/usage of the product for my specific plants and it worked well. I plan on buying more of this atomic grow product. I am extremely happy with the results and now will probably grow more of a verity of veggies now that I have a decent product to use.. So my overall experience with this product had been great.


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