|By Marketwired .||
|May 26, 2014 05:00 AM EDT||
LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 05/26/14 -- At the National Hardware Show in Las Vegas earlier this month, Vegalab presented its new consumer gardening line, SUPREME GROWERS®. The product launch is a debut for the formulator and manufacturer of environmentally responsible products. For the first time, the all-natural agricultural fertilizers will not only be accessible to professional farmers and landscapers, but also to home gardeners. Two kits are available: An All-Purpose Kit for fruits, vegetables and flowers, and the Herb & Leafy Greens Kit. Thanks to the proprietary 3-Step System, which is included in both kits, the fertilizer is also suited for new gardeners. Aside from the outstanding fertilizing properties, the small packaging makes the kits particularly attractive for hobby gardeners who are often struggling with space restrictions.
The highly concentrated powder is packaged in individual 5-gram pods that remind of sugar sachets and yield a gallon of fertilizer each by simply adding water. Ingredients include mycorrhizae, kelp, fungi and beneficial bacteria and comply with organic standards. "Our eco-friendly Home Gardening Kit contains all-natural ingredients and can be used year round, both indoors and outdoors. Even inexperienced gardeners can achieve the same high-level results that commercial farmers yield, without adding any fillers or synthetic chemicals that would eventually end up on their plate," says David Selakovic, President of Vegalab S.A., headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland.
Vegalab is a global leader in formulating and manufacturing environmentally responsible agricultural products rooted in sustainability. It is a unique company, which aims at bridging the gap between traditional chemical and demanding natural solutions to offer eco-safe, all natural products that are based on years of biological research and patented technology. The driving force behind Vegalab's research efforts and innovations is David Selakovic, who constantly strives for even better solutions. Thanks to Selakovic's pioneer spirit, Vegalab and the SUPREME GROWERS® enjoy a good reputation amongst farmers and landscapers in countries all over the world. Products do not only foster rapid growth and increase productivity, they simultaneously decrease residue in crops and reduce the chemical footprint on the land, following the goal of developing responsible solutions for farming, landscaping, gardening, and home horticulture and contributing to a sustainable future.
David Dragan Selakovic is a highly impactful business leader and avid investor. His consistent record of building successful companies, creating high performance teams, and developing innovative strategic and tactile business initiatives for small to large corporations have made him a highly sought-after corporate adviser. Whether looking to expand upon his portfolio, helping others launch businesses, or conceptualizing new profitable lines of business, David is constantly building. His passion for business, for endowing others with his entrepreneurial zest, for creating highly productive teams, and bettering the communities in which he lives and works, is keenly important to him, and provides him with the inspiration to work ever harder. In his rare free time, David likes to explore his personal interests in photography, sailing, classical art, racing cars, and participating in extreme sports. He is also actively supporting a network of charities that reflect his personal core values and allow him to give back to the local communities that helped contribute to and support his current successes.
David Selakovic Personal Blog: http://www.davidselakovic.com
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