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X-Cell™ is a concentrated catalyst that utilizes Biofeeds’ exclusive Amino-Carbon Technology (ACT) to aid the neutralization and breakdown of a variety of soil and plant applied herbicides, pesticides and other chemicals.

X-Cell™ forms a complex 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 healthy plant and bacterial growth.

Benefits of Use:

  • Accelerates the breakdown of herbicides, pesticides and other toxic chemicals
  • Blocks unwanted chemical uptake by the plant
  • Reduces chemical damage to plants, turf and crops
  • Environmentally safe formula

Chemical Characteristics:

Contains: A concentrated solution of plant-proteins, enzymes, organic acids, complex carbohydrates and co-enzymes.

Storage and Disposal:

Keep product in original container. Do not transfer into food or drink containers. Triple rinse and empty for recycling. Always dispose of container in accordance with local, state and/or federal regulations.

Application Instructions:
Herbicide or Pesticide Contaminated Soil: Apply 4-8 ounces per cubic yard of soil diluted in at least one (1) gallon of water. 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.

Contaminated Turf, Plants or Crops: Apply 1-5 gallons of X-Cell™ 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 or as directed by a qualified Biofeed Rep. Irrigate thoroughly after each treatment.

NOTE: Some contaminated sites may require the addition of other Biofeed Products or technology. Consult your Rep for specialized applications.

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

Total Nitrogen (N)….5.0%
        5.0% Urea Nitrogen

Derived from Urea.