SouthWest Wax Garden Wax is utilized for two purposes:
This flexible, pliable coating is utilized on the stems, to protect the rose bush during transit. The wax also seals nutrients into the plant prior to planting.
As a grafting wax, this speciality formulation protects the plant from drying after cuts are made. Wax is preferred to other adhesive products due to its flexible, pliable, adhesion promoting and water-resistant properties.
SouthWest Wax manufacturers food grade speciality wax coatings utilized on the outer surface and roots of Parsnips, Rutabagas, and Turnips. The wax is applied in a thin coating to protect the outer surface and roots to preserve freshness.
These speciality formulations impart a flexible, pliable coating unlike paraffin, which is hard and brittle. The outer surface and roots of such produce are cut and peeled prior to cooking.