Miracle Gro

The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company manufactures provides do-it-yourself lawn, garden and home protection products in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific. Among their offerings are consumer fertilizers, plant foods, soils and mulches, pest controls, grass seed and bird food. The company’s principal consumer brands in North America are Scotts, Miracle-Gro, and Ortho. In addition, Scotts is Monsanto’s exclusive agent for the marketing and distribution of consumer Roundup.miracle gro 1On January 27, 2012, Scotts Miracle-Gro agreed to plead guilty in federal court and pay $4.5 million in fines for selling 73 million units of bird seed from November 2005 to March 2008 that was coated with pesticide known to be deadly to birds and fish. Pesticides were added to protect the product from insects during storage, notwithstanding that Storcide II, one of the pesticides used, was clearly marked as extremely toxic to birds. Records show that its own experts warned of the risk in the summer and fall of 2007 and yet Scotts continued to sell the deadly product until March 2008. In 2008, Scotts Miracle-Gro also falsified pesticide registration numbers required by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on its products.miracle gro 2Enriched with Miracle-Gro Continuous Release Plant Food, Miracle-Gro Garden Soil for Flowers and Vegetables feeds plants, vegetables and herbs for up to 3 months. This outdoor soil is great for in-ground planting. Is specially formulated to help you be a more successful gardener and grow Big Beautiful Plants Guaranteed. Improves existing soil to build strong roots Grows plants twice as big Feeds up to 3 months Use with flowers, vegetables and herbsmiracle gro 3Rated 4 out of 5 by ladycristid from does what it says. 2 cu. ft. Garden Soil for Flowers and Vegetables Dig a hole, plant a vegetable, and fill with miracle-gro garden soil. That is all you need to do in order to grow amazingly healthy and robust vegetables. This garden soil always gives my plants a head start and keeps them growing all season long. I have used this soil in my garden for the last 6 years and have only had positive results. Miracle Gro soil is normally more expensive then the other soil brands but the quality of the soil is well worth the price. I will never choose any other soil to plant my garden with, this is the best soil around. ProsEasy to Use, Effective, Good Directions, Quality Date published: 2016-09-25miracle gro 4At ScottsMiracle-Gro, we believe in the importance of giving back. As a leader in the communities where we operate, we take to heart the phrase, “find a need and fill it,” a belief firmly held by Miracle-Gro founder Horace Hagedorn.miracle gro 5Our Community Involvement At ScottsMiracle-Gro, we believe in the importance of giving back. As a leader in the communities where we operate, we take to heart the phrase, “find a need and fill it,” a belief firmly held by Miracle-Gro founder Horace Hagedorn. Learn Moremiracle gro 6Scotts has developed several genetically modified grasses, including herbicide-tolerant Kentucky bluegrass and creeping bentgrass. In 2007, the U.S. Department of Agriculture fined Scotts Miracle-Gro $500,000 when modified DNA from GM creeping bentgrass, was found within relatives of the same genus (Agrostis) as well as in native grasses up to 21 km (13 mi) from the test sites.miracle gro 7Community Outreach Just as we are a leader in the lawn and garden industry, we strive to be leaders in the communities we live and work in. Come Gro with Us As an associate, you will help us help people of all ages express themselves on their own piece of the earth. Investor Relations We focus on building brands and products that create value for customers and shareholders.miracle gro 8Rated 2 out of 5 by GardeningAuntie from Not what I expected I have been gardening for years! But this is the first time I bought Miracle Grow garden soil. It was FULL of pieces of bark, plastic, twigs and junk! As for it actually helping the plants remains to been seen. if I had wanted all the “junk” in my veggie garden I would have just thrown in mulch! Will try something else next year for sure. Date published: 2016-05-05

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