Kelp Meal Use

Kelp meal is an excellent food for compost. Healthy super soil is the key to healthy plants.  Kelp meal also contains important growth stimulants. All these stimulants have a tremendous effect on seed germination, root development, and general growth. In addition, Kelp meal contains, Calcium (Ca), Magnesium (Mg), Sulfur (S), Manganese (Mn), Copper (Cu), Iron (Fe), and Zinc contains at least 60 trace minerals. This includes over 12 Vitamins and 21 Amino Acids.

Kelp meal is one of the most recommended supplements in the growing industry. Every successful gardener utilizes and recommends it highly. Derived from seaweed your garden cannot flourish without it.

 Kelp Meal Tea Recipe:

  • Mix ¼ cup of kelp meal into one gallon of water, let it steep for 2-3 days (agitating it daily). If you use the tea as a foliar spray, strain the solids out using cloth so that it won’t clog your sprayer.

Organic kelp fertilizer is valued for its micro-nutrients as well as its macronutrients. These are inclusive of nitrogenphosphorus and potassium. Organic kelp fertilizer is dried seaweed. To use kelp meal fertilizer, spread the kelp meal around the base of plants, shrubs and flowers that you wish to fertilize. This fertilizer can be utilized as a potting plant medium or mixed directly into the super soil.

  •  A light dressing for an in-ground garden would be roughly one-quarter cup of kelp meal per plant. A heavy dressing would be one-half cup per plant. Completely organic: It’s 100 percent organic, and an excellent soil-builder for organic vegetable gardens.

Kelp and seaweed contain an abundant amount of various micro nutrients and trace elements. Kelp meal fertilizer tends to have slightly more potassium than other fertilizers, which helps plants develop strong roots. Kelp contains Bio activators which are organic (living) materials that help break down other materials.