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Griffin Fertilizer Company, a division of Ben Hill Griffin, Inc., is a full-service custom dry & liquid fertilizer blender and crop protection products distributor.

Griffin Fertilizer Company

Griffin Fertilizer Company, a division of Ben Hill Griffin, Inc., is a full-service custom dry & liquid fertilizer blender and crop protection products, distributor. Since our founding by Ben Hill Griffin, Jr. in 1959, Griffin Fertilizer has been committed to helping our customers make sound agronomic and economic decisions in order to maximize their crop yields.

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Griffin Dual Phos

GRIFFIN DUAL PHOS is a proprietary nutrient solution containing highly soluble forms of elements essential to plant growth, crop development, crop quality and yield. 

Dual PHOS is formulated with Dipotassium Phosphate (DKP).

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OUR BLOG

Optimize Forage Production With Timing Pasture Turnout Timing

Timing when you turn your cattle out to a new forage grazing pasture is important to optimize forage production. If you rely on forages as a primary feed source for your cattle, you’ll want to ensure that your timing for turning out your cattle to the new pasture is correct to optimize forage production. According to a Beef Magazine article, “Grazing too early may reduce [...]

Combating Drought Stress in Citrus

Since citrus trees need an optimal environment, make sure you are following these UF/IFAS tips for drought stress in citrus. Drought season in Florida poses a big problem for citrus trees, especially due to citrus greening, also known as HLB. HLB causes citrus trees to have a smaller root ball, and that leads to a lessened ability to take up water and nutrients. The UF/IFAS [...]

The Basics of Summer Cover Crops For Florida Growers

See information on the basics of summer cover crops for Florida growers from a UF/IFAS Tip of the Week article. “If you are looking for a method to invest in your soil health, cover crops are one option;” that’s the message in a UF/IFAS Tip of the Week article, published on Citrus Industry’s website. The article shared information on the basics of summer cover crops [...]

Attend the May 9th Tropical Fruit Production Workshop Online or In-Person

The UF/IFAS May 9th Tropical Fruit Production Workshop for Florida growers can be attended in person or online. UF/IFAS maintains that there are “new and potential growers who are not aware of a bigger problem at stake” when it comes to growing tropical fruit in The Sunshine State. A UF/IFAS blog shared that “Way too often, growers are unaware of key conditions necessary to producing [...]

Soil pH and Nutrient Availability

Soil pH plays a huge role in nutrient availability, especially where micro-sprinkler irrigation has raised soil pH. “Soil pH influences nutrient availability;”is the sentiment of a Citrus Industry article written by UF/IFAS citrus Extension agent, Chris Oswalt. The article also explains how soil pH affects the availability of the big three—nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. See the details below. […]

Citrus Grower Trial Shows Importance of Irrigation Frequency

See the details of a citrus grower trial that showed the extreme importance of irrigation frequency for citrus trees. The name of the game in the Florida citrus industry at this time is to keep citrus trees from being stressed to keep them as healthy as possible. The majority of Florida citrus trees are infected with citrus greening, also called HLB, and the current best [...]

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