Dried Kelp Meal is a nutrient rich organic fertilizer for the garden that promotes higher vegetable yields, with over 70 trace vitamins and minerals and high in micro-nutrients it is perfect for application to all types of soil.
When using kelp meal in your garden it’s really hard to over do it. It’s such a forgiving organic fertilizer to use in your garden that adding it multiple times per year to your vegetable garden won’t be an issue. Kelp meal contains many benefits for your plants that it should be a staple in every gardeners tool chest.
It contains small amounts of N-P-K, which is why it’s easy on your plants and hard to overdo. It does however carry over 60 trace minerals, or micro-nutrients, including Calcium , Magnesium , Sulfur , Manganese , Copper , Iron , and Zinc. On top of this, kelp meal will also bring different vitamins, and amino acids to the table.
One of the most important properties of kelp meal is the growth hormones contained in it. Kelp contains multiple growth hormones including auxins, gibberellins, and cytokinins. These growth hormones can help regulate the growth of plants, hence why they are called plant growth regulators. . Kelp is most known for its Cytokine hormone content. The cytokine hormone mobilizes nutrients in plant leaves to improve the chlorophyll content, and increase the growth rate, and fullness of plants.
Kelp Meal Use Rates:
- Indoor Cannabis Plants: 1/2 to 1 Tablespoons Per 4 liters Of soil
(Add Once Per Cycle)
- Outdoor Cannabis Plants: 1 To 2 Tablespoons Per 4 liters Of Soil
(Can Be Applied Multiple Times During a Full Outdoor Season)
- House Plants: 1 Tablespoon Per 4 liters Of Soil
(Apply Once Or Twice Per year)
- Outdoor Vegetable Garden Beds: .5 To 1 kg Per 10 square meters
(Apply Once Or Twice During Long Growing Seasons)
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