Pure Kelp Dry (0-0-20)
Provides nutrient-rich fertilizer to your organic gardening or crops for excellent growth results. Easily nourish healthy plants and improve soil structure. Extend shelf life of fruits, vegetables, and flowers with kelp plant food. Pure Kelp Dry for organic gardening yields amazing benefits.
Accelerate plant growth. Kelp fertilizer for plants increases microbial activity in the soil. Watch abundant growth from a completely natural product. It’s an excellent complement to your feeding program. Yield better-quality fruit, vegetables, and flowers.
Pure Kelp Dry is easy to use. Easily dissolves in water. Dilute with water and apply as foliar spray, drip application, or irrigation with no problem of clogging. 100% water solubility.
Sourced from all natural ingredients. Kelp meal fertilizer is an organic solution! No GMOs in the product! It is carefully processed from kelp to maintain a high level of nutrients. It has the OMRI listed seal and is Organic Input Material Registered by CDFA. Safe for the surrounding environment.
Eco-friendly. Kelp Dry is sustainably sourced. Use sustainable fertilizer for positive environmental impact. Plus, you can save on water usage and fertilizer costs as you watch your crops grow!
Organic kelp fertilizer is an excellent product for eco-farming and organic gardening. Nurture healthy plants easily with the tremendous benefits of kelp meal fertilizer.
Why use kelp for gardening?
Enhance microbial activity.
Improve soil structure.
Provide nourishing vitamins and minerals for plant growth.
Improve flavor and aroma of fruits, vegetables, and flowers.
Increase plant metabolic rate and accelerate growth.
Cultivate a healthy and abundant harvest!
What is kelp meal fertilizer?
Kelp fertilizer is a sustainable and nutrient-rich fertilizer for farming. Kelp are brown algae seaweeds, which grow in underwater forests or kelp forests in shallow oceans. Kelp is commercially produced and is a renewable energy source. Commercial farmers utilize seaweed as a fertilizer to improve the growth and yield of their crop production. Kelp for gardening can increase positive plant health benefits.
Seaweed can be made into a dry fertilizer such as kelp meal or a liquid fertilizer solution. Kelp meal is made from ocean seaweed that has been dried and then ground up into a powder. It contains excellent growth hormones naturally found in kelp. These natural hormones such as auxins, gibberellins, and cytokinins assist in regulating plant growth. Kelp meal contains tons of trace minerals including Calcium, Magnesium, Iron, Zinc, and much more. These micro-nutrients are excellent for achieving optimum plant health when applied in conjunction with your feeding program.
What is kelp fertilizer made of?
Pure Kelp Dry is expertly formulated with high-quality ingredients. It is derived from Saccharina Japonica Kelp Extract. It is an organic product and enzymatically extracted to ensure advanced foliar nutrients.
Guaranteed Analysis 0-0-20
Soluble Potash (K2O)…20%
How do I use kelp fertilizer?
Follow the general rates for use to start cultivating a healthy garden:
Field Crops, Broccoli, Beans, Corn, Cauliflower, Cotton, Grains, Tomatoes, etc.,
Soil—Row applications, apply 1 to 2 pounds per acre with seed. (If transplants, apply 1 to 2 pounds per acre with your fertility program)
Foliar—Apply 1 to 2 pounds per acre when plants are 5 to 7 inch stage and again every week till harvest. Mix 10 oz of Pure Kelp Dry in 2.5 gallons of water to equal 0-0-1.
Apples, Citrus, Grapes, Peaches, Pears and Nuts
Application Drip—Apply 1 to 2 pounds per acre every 4 weeks during growing season.
Foliar—Apply 1 to 2 pounds per acre every week during the growing season
Application Drip—Apply 1 to 2 pounds per acre every 3 to 4 weeks during the growing season.
Foliar—Apply 1 to 2 pounds in 100 gallons of water per acre during the spray cycle.
(Pre Bloom-summer-fall): Spray foliage until runoff occurs.
Lawn, Garden, Potted Plants
Use 2-3 tablespoons per gallon of water. Spray as needed or use solution to drench plants.
Berries, fruits, nuts, and vegetables etc.
Soil—Apply 2% solution with transplants at planting. Apply 1 to 2 pounds per acre monthly during growing season through drip, flood, or furrow.
Foliar—Apply 1 to 2 pounds per acre with 50/100 gallons of water every 10 to 14 days during the growing season.
Irrigation rate is based on size of trees, vines, or vegetable crop.