Announcing Wildroot Organic, Inc. at 2018 Nursery/Landscape EXPO San Antonio TX

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( — July 26, 2018) — Don’t miss the 2018 Nursery/Landscape EXPO scheduled for Thursday through Saturday August 16-18 at the Henry B Gonzalez Convention Center San Antonio, TX. Meet David and Teresa Steinbrunner, owners and manufacturers of Wildroot Organic Mycorrhizal Fungi Concentrate proprietary products at Booth 1525. Many Nursery and Landscape Business Mid to Upper-level Managers, Buyers, Business Owners will be there looking for the latest information on new products for nursery and landscaping.

Wildroot Organic, Inc at Booth 1525 will feature David and Teresa sharing the benefits of their popular high efficiency Mycorrhizal Fungi Concentrate product in both powder and capsule or “plantsule” form. David, a veteran organic horticulturist and native plant landscape designer can share tips on plant selection and its care and maintenance. Sharing years of using organic materials such as his proprietary mycorrhizal fungi concentrate to grow abundant crops, lush lawns and vibrant healthy plants, David can address any grower’s needs.

Learn how using mycorrhizal fungi will reduce the water and fertilizer requirements of plants. See the easy application of the plantsules. Find out when and how to apply mycorrhizal fungi and beneficial bacteria to your landscape gardens, crops, trees for abundant healthy growth.

David and Teresa will also introduce their newest “No Brainer” product Wildroot Organic Mycorrhizal Fungi Treated Wildflower Seeds. This easy to use package contains Native Non-GMO Wildflower Seeds that have been treated with their Mycorrhizal Fungi Concentrate of 16 fungal species and 8 beneficial bacteria for beautiful blooms.

Full details of Wildroot Organic, Inc can be found on the company website at

At the 2018 Nursery/Landscape EXPO, there will be 32 breakout sessions and two Keynote Presentations that are impacting Texas Green Industry. Topics will range from Water Efficient Landscape to Protecting Homes from Wildfires.

Reasons behind creating this event, the host of the event, Texas Nursery & Landscape Association noted an attendee said,

“EXPO is the best place to learn new information, meet new people who know and use the products you are interested in learning about,” landscaper at 2016 EXPO.

Texas Nursery & Landscape Association website has full details about the sessions at this year’s event. Interested parties can visit the website at: