Best Vegetable Garden Fertilizer

Posted by VitaminSea on 5/19/2022 to HOW TO USE SEAWEED
Best Vegetable Garden Fertilizer

Give the best ~ Get the best!


This growing season, give your vegetable garden the very best so that you can get the very best from your harvest. We’ve all heard of adding natural items to the soil to nourish, promote root growth and increase vegetable yield. A few of the more common items are crushed egg shells, used coffee grounds and ashes from the wood stove.

But, the very best vegetable garden fertilizer is actually an ocean vegetable ~ kelp. VitaminSea offers Kelp milled as a meal or a powder.

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!

The natural alginate within many types of seaweed help to bind soil crumbs together, as well as replenish and boost various nutrients, trace elements, and amino acids absorbed during plant growth. Our kelp powder can be mixed with water to increase the assimilation rate. This water and kelp powder mixture can be used as a foliar spray, or added to your irrigation system for ease of application.

Consider using our kelp powder when fertilizing your plants and get the added benefit of knowing no additional chemicals were used.

Our kelp powder is not water soluble, yet mixes well with water! When a product is water soluble, it will leach into the ground quicker with less effects. The benefit of our product is its availability to the plant. Our product will remain in the soil, continuing to feed the plant and will leach out gradually.

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

Now that you know how amazing kelp is as a fertilizer, buy some of our kelp meal or kelp powder so you can ‘sea’ for yourself!

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