Hydretain for Property Managers

From HOAs to large resorts, property managers will embrace Hydretain usage – it will cut watering, labor and plant replacement costs!

Hydretain is the perfect partner for Property Managers

From turf to trees and potted plants to landscape beds, Hydretain will help you maintain quality landscapes with less water. Above all, property managers will appreciate the fact that it lowers labor and watering costs.

Resort home complex cared for by property managers

Whether you maintain hundreds of acres or just a few, Hydretain should be part of your water management strategy.

From large resorts with thousands of plants to outdoor malls and homeowner associations, you can be assured Hydretain is protecting landscape investment.  Above all, Hydretain reduces overall watering, labor and plant replacement costs.

Property managers take notice: Hydretain protects your plants and landscapes from wilt and dry spots caused by moisture stress

Hydretain increases watering efficiency by managing root zone moisture throughout the day. Consequently, in independent tests Hydretain has reduced watering by up to 50%.

treated (left) vs. untreated (right) turf

Property on the right was treated with Hydretain

Single Hydretain treatment on right plant 

Property Managers, we have you covered

Hydretain is your water management specialist. More importantly, it will save you money, time and labor all year long.

Quicker turf repair and recovery from drought stress

Stop wasting money, labor and water on failed turf repairs

Sod on a palette ready for installation

Do it once and do it right!

Installation and repair projects often fail because of drought or poor irrigation coverage.

Office property on a lake managed by Property Managers

Money and time well spent

A single Hydretain application increases seed germination and improves plant establishment.

The science behind Hydretain

Hydretain has the unique ability to attract water molecules, create droplets, and then release those droplets to plant roots. One end of the Hydretain molecule anchors itself to soil particles and root hairs, coating their surface. The other end is available to grab free water molecules from humid air circulating in the soil.

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FAQ's you should know

Once applied and watered into the root zone, Hydretain’s hygroscopic humectant components attached to the root hairs of plants and lawns, drawing moisture vapor from the soil like tiny water magnets. It then converts that moisture vapor into water droplets, enabling plants to take up more moisture and assisting in the uptake of nutrients.

Hydretain can be used on all types of plants including turfgrasses, flowering plants, trees, shrubs, and vegetable gardens. It may be used in landscapes and containers – both indoors and out. Hydretain can be used to reduce water stress at germination, installation and throughout lifelong maintenance. 

From installation to maintenance, Hydretain is an excellent tool to minimize wilt and keep potted plants and hanging baskets healthy with less water

Although Hydretain is not certified organic, it is produced using primarily food grade, organic-based hygroscopic and humectant ingredients. Hydretain ES Plus has been certified as 93% biobased by the United States Department of Agriculture BioPreferred Program. It is safe to use on commercially grown food producing agriculture as well as vegetable and herb gardens, fruits and citrus trees. Hydretain Granular OC incorporates the Hydretain formula into an organic compost carrier.

Yes. Hydretain products are safe for use around kids and pets. Hydretain is not classified as hazardous under the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals. It does not require any wait period before people and pets can enter the application area.

Each application of Hydretain lasts for up to 3 months.

Hydretain is available in both liquid and granular formulas. Liquid can be applied by spray, drench, fertigation or injection. Granular products can be applied to existing landscapes using any standard spreader equipment. For new installs granular may be incorporated into the soil at planting or applied topically after planting. Hydretain must be watered into the root zone to be effective.