• Certified USDA organic, harvested from the pristine ocean waters of Maine plant fertilizer and an excellent source of micronutrients and beneficial plant growth promoters, This can accelerate growth, increase fruiting and flowering, provide resistance to disease, insects and frost. • Contains over 60 trace minerals, along with important growth hormones, cytokinins, auxins, and gliberillin,Our seaweed is “naturally sun dried” to preserve all the nutrients. • It also contains amino acids, enzymes and simple and complex carbohydrates. • This also helps germinate seeds quicker, improve taking of cuttings, encourage rooting, build immunity, add more color and flavor, give a longer shelf life, produce more and larger buds and flowers, counter any nutrient deficiencies, and fight off insects and disease. Kelp is truly mother natures gift to the modern gardener • Made in USA, 5 lb
Kelp Meal contains over 60 trace minerals, along with important growth hormones, cytokinins, auxins, and gliberillins. It also contains amino acids, enzymes and simple and complex carbohydrates. Our seaweed is “naturally sun dried” to preserve all the nutrients. To keep it simple, the ocean is the most natural nutrient rich part of the earth. All nutrients work their way back into the ocean. Seaweed acts like a sponge and absorbs all these micronutrients. Because of these micronutrients, seaweed is considered one of the best fertilizers for plants. The macronutrients cannot be absorbed without the micronutrients! Benefits: Contains over 60 trace elements utilized by your plants Plants develop more extensive root systems Greater resistance to nematodes, disease and pests Improves seed germination Stimulates soil bacteria Increases plants stem strength Helps plants deal with stresses of drought, high temperatures, and frost Increase nutritional value of fruits and vegetables Increases shelf life Encourages better aerification of soil Improves moisture retention Helps normalize soil PH Improves soil structure
Kelp Meal Should be applied in early spring and fall, when soil can be worked. Mix thoroughly into soil before transplanting or top dress existing plants. Flowers, vegetables and shrubs: 1 lbs. per 100 sqft. Houseplants: 1 Tbsp. mixed into soil per 6" pot Bulbs: 1 Tbsp. mixed into soil per bulb. Trees: 1/2 lb per inch of tree in drip line Lawns/Turfs: 10 lbs. per 1000 sqft. Compost: 1/2 cup per cubic foot.