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X-CELL™ is a fertilizer / catalyst soil cleaner that supports the neutralization and breakdown of a variety of soil and plant applied herbicides, pesticides and other chemicals.

X-CELL™ forms a bond with these chemicals in the soil and holds them in a form that is more easily digestible by soil microorganisms. This results in a cleaner, detoxified soil environment that is more conducive to beneficial plant and bacterial growth.


  • Promotes the breakdown of herbicides, pesticides and other toxic chemicals
  • Helps prevent chemical damage to plants, turf and crops
  • Environmentally safe formula

Total Nitrogen (N)………………………..5.0%

5.0% Urea Nitrogen

Derived from Urea.



X-CELL™ is highly concentrated for pro-level performance and value. Dilute with water prior to application to ensure adequate coverage. Apply by chemical feed pumps or by sprayer.

HERBICIDE OR PESTICIDE CONTAMINATED SOIL: Apply 4-8 ounces diluted in at least 1 gallon of water per cubic yard of soil. Spray on and till contaminated area to ensure thorough mixing. Repeat treatment every 2-4 weeks until desired results are obtained. Till soil once per week and keep slightly moist, but not wet.

CROPS, PLANTS, OR TURF: Apply 1-5 gallons per acre with sprayer. Dilute in enough water to ensure complete coverage of soil prior to irrigation. Repeat treatment every 2-4 weeks over a 90-day period.


ANTIOXIDANT | An additive known to attach to – and shut down – free radicles.

CHLOROPHYLL | A natural compound present in green plants that gives them their color. It helps plants to absorb energy from the sun as they undergo the process of photosynthesis.

IRON | Critical to respiration and photosynthesis in all plants.

SOIL MICROBES | Without microbes, plants wouldn’t have the constant supply of nutrients they need to grow. Beyond nutrient cycling, microbes produce hormones and other chemicals to stimulate plant growth, improve the soil, and support plant health.

SULFUR | Used in the formation of amino acids, proteins, and oils. It is necessary for chlorophyll formation.

TRANSLOCATION | Translocation in plants occurs in the vascular tissue known as phloem. Translocation is the movement of materials from leaves to other tissue throughout the plants. Without translocation, the food prepared by the plant can’t reach other parts of the plant.

Technical Bulletin – English
Safety Data Sheet – English
Ficha Tecnica – Spanish
Ficha De Datos De Seguridad – Spanish

United States of America
2.5-gallon (9.46 L) jugs
5-gallon (18.93 L) pail
55-gallon (208.2 L) drum
275-gallon (1040.99 L) tote
Other Countries
10-Liter (2.64 gal) jug
20-Liter (5.28 gal) pail
208-Liter (54.95 gal) drum
1040-Liter (274.74 gal) tote