Seaweed extract is a biological fertilizer made from marine plants and seaweeds as the main raw materials and scientifically processed. The main ingredients are natural biological active substances extracted from seaweeds that are beneficial to plant growth and development and seaweeds are absorbed from the ocean and enriched in the body. A variety of mineral nutrients.
In addition, in order to increase the fertilizer efficiency and the chelation of fertilizers, an appropriate amount of humic acid and an appropriate amount of trace elements are also dissolved.
★ Soaking seeds and bulbs to improve germination and plant vigor.
★ Applying to seedlings before planting and watch them grow into healthy, vigorous plants.
★ Strengthening cuttings, bare root trees and shrubs with an application before and after transplant.
★ Foliar feeding indoor and outdoor plantings.
★ Greening up lawns with spring applications. Safe to use as often as necessary during the growing season.
Usage: It can be used as base fertilizer, top dressing, spreading, hole application, furrow application.
Attention: Store in a cool and dry place, protected from sun, rain and moisture.
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