Fertilizer adds nutrients and texture to soil that needs to support trees, vegetables, herbs, shrubs, and flowers. The different types of fertilizer depend on whether your soil is acidic, alkaline, sandy, clay, rocky, weak, or rich. Fertilizer can be divided into organic and chemical types, those that help fruit versus leaves, and those that feed specific plants or improve the overall quality of soil.

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If your garden has heavy clay soil, you know what a challenge it can pose to plants, not mention gardeners.

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1. A source of essential nutrients and plant growth promoters

When applied as basal dose Seaweed Extract improves soil texture and promotes natural flora and worms. As a basal application, it is excellent supplement to chemical fertilizers. It adds humus to the soil. Ints and hormones directly available to the plants in a natural form. Seaweed Extract supplies Nitrogen, Phosphorous, Potash as well as trace minerals like Zn, Mn, Mg, Fe, etc. Seaweed Extract contains natural plant growth material like auxins, gibberellins and cytokinins. The trace elements present in Seaweed Extract are in naturally chelated form and are readily available to the plants.


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Soil Injections - Soil injections similar to sprays require 7 - 30 times the amount of pesticide active ingredient than stem injections, and as much as 4000 times the amount of contaminated volume applied to the soil.

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