Nature's Essence Soluble Seaweed Extract Powder(or Kelp Extract Powder), is an organic storehouse of over 60 naturally occurring major and minor nutrients and amino acids. It's growth promoting substances (Auxins, Cytokinins, Gibberellins) enhance plant development, color and vigor. Seaweed has also been found to increase plant hardiness and resistance to adverse environmental conditions, such as early frost, extreme heat and lack of moisture. Used as a seed inoculant, seaweed fertilizer increases and accelerates germination, and enhances the rapid development of a healthy root system. Seaweed is an excellent addition to any fertilization program.
With over 60 naturally occurring nutrients plus growth promoting hormones, Soluble Seaweed (kelp) is an excellent well-rounded and more complete soil amendment or fertilizer. Seaweed is organic and environmentally-friendly, can be used on all plants, trees and turfs and is safe for pets, animals and children.
Soluble Seaweed Extract Powder Benefits
Soil nutrients are constantly being depleted through runoff due to over farming, tilling, development etc...All of these nutrients eventually run into the oceans, without a return path. Seaweed provides a way to naturally return vital soil nutrients from the ocean back to your plants, trees and turf.
Seaweed contains many more nutrients than Standard N-P-K fertilizers. These additional nutrients address a wider array of deficiencies
Larger Applications:Use Nature's Essence Seaweed Extract Powder at a general rate of 1 to 2 pounds per acre for crops or turf, 2 to 3 times per year
Smaller Applications:Use Nature's Essence Seaweed Extract Powder at a rate of 1.5 teaspoons (tsp.) per gallon of water
For best results apply during the cool part of the day or when temperatures are below 85°F. Do not spray just before or after rainfall or sprinkler irrigation. Use a mild rate of surfactant for maximum dispersal and leaf adherence.
Active Ingredients - Soluble Seaweed Extract Powder
Made from pure North Atlantic Seaweed (Ascophyllum nodosum).