Sea-Rock liquid kelp is made from wet Ecklonia maxima, a seaweed suspension containing auxins for use on various crops, which goes through a milling process to produce a smooth green organic plant stimulant that is compatible with most fertilizer regimes. Liquid kelp stimulants have a growth effect on plants, increasing root growth and mass, resulting in a stronger, healthier plant producing a more significant yield.
The natural chelating agent assists with relief of transplant shock & promotes overall plant health
The benefits of Sea-Rock liquid kelp:
Increased nutrient uptake.
Promotes stronger root and plant growth.
Excellent for new plants, seedlings, and transplants.
It contains all the naturally occurring substances and natural plant growth stimulants found in seaweed. It improves disease and pest resistance. Improved water retention.
Directions for use:
Sea Rock is readily taken up by the plant and is formulated for use as both a foiler feed and as a soil drench.
It will be advisable to do a miscibility test before mixing Sea Rock with other chemicals.
The rate of application is dependant on the plant growth stage, stress levels and reaction required. The lower feeds should be used for maintenance while the higher feeds will enable the crop to overcome severe stress periods.
Sea Rock should preferably be applied in the early morning or late afternoon.
Sea Rock is not an extract, but a suspension of Ecklonia maxima which includes all the natural plant growth stimulants, and other occurring substances and stimulants in seaweed. Sea Rock may be used in a 7 to 14-day cycle, during the period of high plant stress, germination, transplanting, bud formation, fruit set, rapid development and during the period when low temperatures are problematic.
Nitrogen (N) 1.1g/kg - 1.1g/L
Phosphorous (P) 96.4g/kg - 97.4g/L
Potassium (K) 1.3g/kg - 1.3g/L
Sulphur (S) 381.2mg/kg - 385mg/L
Biological Activity: Auxins 0.287mg/L
Registered Group 2 fertilizer (B5116, Act 36 of 1947) Certified organic and can safely be used in organic farming.