"I live in the city..... I use TerraLoch Hydrogel Granules in the mountains at an elevation above 9000 ft. In an area that is windswept and very dry. The area receives 8-10 in precipitation annually. I have made several attempts at growing trees in the past, all of which were failures.
I planted trees last year, mixing TerraLoch in with native soil and mulch. All the plants made it thru the season. I did not lose any of them, a big difference from past attempts, I usually lost up to half the first season.
I plan to use TerraLoch again this season for new plantings."
"I have three potted plants that I treated with the hydrogel: Roses, some purple flowers, and a palm tree (this one is inside). I have never seen the rose bush bloom so much! It’s amazing! It’s also making the purple flowers grow like crazy in their pot. We have some tricky weather in Nebraska and sometimes it can be so hot you have to water the potted plants multiple times per day, and I think the hydrogel is working really well! I even see the indoor plant growing more leaves than it did before using hydrogel. This stuff is really awesome!"
“I had a lot of landscaping work done in the front of my house...some xeriscape, some sod, a whole bunch of new plants, and I wanted to keep my existing trees. After a few weeks of sticking to the landscaper’s watering schedule, I noticed one of my trees lost all of its leaves and my sod was starting to get brown spots! Mike lives in my neighborhood and asked if he could put some of his stuff down, so I figured I had nothing to lose at this point. He said he put SoilStim on the tree and hand sprinkled worm casting on the sod. the change was incredible! My tree is full of leaves and thriving, and my sod is green! He came back and sprayed some worm casting tea on a burned area of my existing lawn, and that greened up too! I was impressed at how well this stuff worked!”
When living in Colorado:
"I used the TerraLoch in the part of the yard that I always struggled getting anything to grow without watering twice a day, soil was sandy mixed with a fine dust. I definitely watered less and ended up with huge plants, more zucchini, squash, cucumbers, and peppers than me and all my neighbors could eat!"