16 fl oz. Concentrated. One year supply. For plants ONLY. Do not ingest.
Is it possible for the most nutritious vegetables in the world to get even healthier? Yes! With Seaweed Plant Food! Add just a few drops daily to enrich your sprout soaking and rinsing water with enhanced mineral and vitamin nutrition. For houseplants, too!
Ordinarily, plants absorb minerals from soil, but in short-term, soil-free indoor garden, the only minerals they get come from the water. If you increase the nutrient level in that water, your sprouts will grow bolder, last longer and deliver more nutrition to you.
Seaweed is one of nature’s most abundant mineral resources. Of all foods, kelp is the #1 source for magnesium, sodium, and iron. Here's a short list of what you'll be feeding to your sprouts (and yourself). Calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, chromium, germanium, iodine, iron, manganese, molybdenum, strontium, vanadium, and zinc. The vitamins A,B1,B2,C,D,E,K, carotene, pantothene, and the important vegetarian vitamin B-12. Also you get 21 amino acids and cell factors such as auxins, giberellins, cytokinins, RNA, DNA, etc. There are hundreds of different kinds of kelp, but this one is the kind designed for plants and seedlings. It is very concentrated, but this kelp will never "burn" your plants.
How To Use Seaweed Plant Food
In our Automatic Sprouter
Just add 2-4 drops of seaweed plant food to the water reservoir.
In our Hemp Sprouting Bag or (if you must) a jar
It's simple. Just add a few drops of seaweed plant food to your seeds during soaking. The soak water will take on the color of a dark tea and the seeds will absorb the nutrients.
While the sprouts are growing, you may mist the seeds or leaves with your seaweed plant food solution. Just add 2 drops of kelp to your misting bottle. There is no limit to how many times you may apply the seaweed mist. Mist your sprouts as much as once per day or as little as once every two or three days.
For larger size bottles, add enough seaweed plant food to the water to make resulting mixture look like a cup of light tea.
For House Plants
Just include seaweed plant food into your watering can and water the soil with kelp once per week. You may also spray the kelp "tea" from your misting bottle onto the house plants’ leaves.