GAIA GREEN Kelp Meal is a rich source of plant nutrients. Particularly high in potassium, Kelp Meal adds organic matter to the soil to enhance plant nutrition and improve resistance to abiotic stress. Due to the slow breakdown of kelp meal over time, benefits may be observed for years after the initial application. This product can be used on home gardens, landscapes, lawn, and turf, and is suitable for a full range of plant types.
* Long lasting non-synthetic fertilizer and soil amendment.
* Contains Alginic Acid improving soil structure and water holding capacity.
* Helps prevent nutrient leaching.
* Works well in combination with other Gaia Green Products
GUARANTEED MINIMUM ANALYSIS
Total Nitrogen (N)….………1.0%
Soluble Potash (K2O)……..2.0%
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Plants: This gentle source of nutrients can be applied throughout your grow. Also makes a great tea which can be sprayed during vegetative growth to enhance plant health and provide micronutrients.
Gardens and landscapes: Broadcast and incorporate up to 1 kg per 10 m2 (2 lbs. per 100 ft2). Apply up to a maximum of 4 kg per 10 m2 (8 lbs. per 100 ft2) annually.
Turf: For single applications, broadcast up to 8.5 kg per 25 m2 (70 lbs. per 1000 ft2). Apply up to a maximum of 25 kg per 25 m2 (200 lbs. per 1000 ft2) annually. Water turf thoroughly after application. Only apply to actively growing turf.
Pre-mixing soil for hanging baskets, potted plants, and planter boxes: Blend 30 ml per 4 L (2 tbsp. per gallon) of soil or growing medium.
Top dressing hanging baskets, potted plants, and planter boxes: Apply 10 ml per 4 L (2 tsp per gallon) of soil or growing medium. Apply up to once a month.
Store in a cool, dry location, out of direct sunlight. Protect from frost and other climatic extremes. Seal packaging between uses.
North Atlantic Kelp (Ascophyllum nodosum)
GAIA GREEN Kelp Meal is approved for use in organic agriculture by Eco-cert Canada (in compliance with Canada’s Organic Production Systems General Principles & Management Standards and Permitted Substances Lists (CAN/CGSB 32.310-2015 and CAN/CGSB 32.311-2015))