Sweet Potatoes: Sweet Potato Display Sells AGGRAND Natural Fertilizer

AGGRAND Dealer Jimmy Cornelius of Auburn, Ky. discovered for himself this past summer the greater yields he gets with AGGRAND Natural Liquid Fertilizer.

Soy BeansCornelius used his bumper sweet potato crop as a sales tool to gain a new customer by simply displaying his sweet potatoes, grown with AGGRAND.

“We started using the products late in the season because we only learned about AGGRAND in July and we had already planted our garden.” Cornelius said. “We ordered the AGGRAND 4-3-3 and the Liquid Lime to test it out. My wife grows some of the best looking fl owers in our neighborhood so she couldn’t wait.”.

Sweet Potato SizeCornelius said he mixed the fertilizer at a ratio of 3 ounces per gallon of water and “started spraying everything. “I worked on the garden and applied AGGRAND 4-3-3 to our sweet potatoes which were in a poor spot in the garden, so we knew this would be the major test.” Cornelius applied AGGRAND 4-3-3 to the leaves of the plants in July and a second foliar application in August.

“We went to dig the sweet potatoes and they were already coming out on top of the ground,” he said.

“One sweet potato weighed three pounds, two and a half ounces on a postal scale. I put one in my store and had a farmer sign up to buy AGGRAND Natural Fertilizer for his farm after seeing that potato.“We actually ate the biggest one before we decided to take pictures and weigh them. That one sweet potato fed a family of four.”