From the Farmer
“Before we added Black Wonder 5000 to our garden it would have taken a full row to produce half a bushel of beans. Since we started using Black Wonder 5000 it only takes 1/4th of a row to fill a one 1/4 bushel basket. We have replaced all fertilizer with Black Wonder 5000.
When we planted our black beans before Black Wonder 5000 it took two weeks for seeds to germinate. With Black Wonder 5000 it only takes eight days and two waterings!
Our fruit trees and bushes have more fruit than I have ever seen. We added Black Wonder 5000 before the spring. We planted new concord grapes the year before and saw little growth, but with Black Wonder 5000 the plants have almost doubled in size in the past months.
At PM Farms we highly recommend using Black Wonder 5000 for all of your garden needs.” – Sara Hushbeck, owner of PM Farms
From the Landscaper
“This picture is me standing in my 2018 okra patch. The Okra grew 12 feet tall, I had to use a ladder to pick it.” – Jones Abernathy, Landscape Architect
From the Gardener
“We’ve never had so many vegetables so fast. Our tomato plants are huge too” – Melody Collins, Lexington NC
“The sky is the limit with Black Wonder 5000” – Dennis Houle, Winston Salem, NC
From the Flower Enthusiast
“I wanted to test out Black Wonder 5000 for myself so, I planted half of my Marigolds with and half without. The results are amazing! I am using this on all the rest of my flowers this year!” – Barbara H., Dunlap, TN.
“Phlox Subula normally blooms in March and April here. These were planted from one-gallon plants in March 2019 using Black Wonder 5000. Notice their huge size and STILL BLOOMING on July 9.” -Kenny Suggs. Landscape Contractor, North Topsail Beach NC
“Things have come together to make this garden shine this summer. Perfect amounts of rain, a Fertilizer called Black Wonder 5000, 2 helpful gardeners and the scary deadline of the Historic Flat Rock garden tour of almost 3 weeks ago. It’s just like painting a picture.”
“Fabulous Stuff!” -Marty Whaley Cornwell, Mrs. Whaley’s Garden, Charleston SC and Flat Rock NC.
From the Industrial Farmer
” I did an experiment on my industrial hemp plants when I set them out at seeds this year. The plant on the left had none of the bagged soil amendment you sent me with the spreader I bought, and the plant on the right had about a cup in the planting hole. If you’ll note, the plant on the right that had your amendment is about 2 or 3 times bigger. Seeds were planted on June 3, and all other soil amendments/ and moisture levels are otherwise the same. Looks like it was worth the effort! I wish I’d hauled more of it out to the field when I planted.”
– Jeff Swann, Cookeville TN.