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  • Intactility 5 years ago

    can? i have the flower intro????????????

  • agriperma 5 years ago

    I think the? best way to use seaweed fertilizer is to use it to soak the seeds overnight, the natural Gibberellins in seaweed will help in germination, after the plant is established, foliar spray and soil drenches are ok. seaweed also has auxins, and cytokinins, and of course minerals. after soaking seeds, you can also inoculate them with beneficial fungi and bacteria. things like beans have special inoculates that fix nitrogen.

  • 19partytime84 5 years ago

    I’m in no way saying seaweed extract is not beneficial, but I thought that you arent really supposed to feed seedlings for the first week or two. I was under the impression that the plant is at its weakest and most vulnerable point making it super easy to cause a nutrient burn and stunt growth. I also thought that all the food the plant would need untill the first true leaves appear is contained in the cotyledon as well. would it be more? beneficial as a foliar spray rather than a root drench?

  • brittany3671 5 years ago

    Growers using our fish/seaweed blend fertilizer on a regular basis have reported increased marketable yields and improved shelf life on fruits and vegetables. Fish and Seaweed are known to build the natural sugar in plants. Flowers and? foliage will be stronger and more colorful. Blooms will be more plentiful, fragrant and longer lasting.

  • skateboy159 5 years ago

    i did one compost vs miracle gro? vs no fertilizer compost did the best no fertilizer and miracle gro did the same

  • WinnipegosisTrail 5 years ago

    it produces same?