Vegetable Fertiliser for agricultural use only
Manufactured from fresh seaweed using the proprietary cellburst process, Kelpak Seaweed Extract ~ Vegetable Fertiliser contains essential macro and micro elements.
It is formulated using tried and tested methods to ensure consistent results when applied on crops. As it is entirely natural and water soluble, this product can be safely used to provide many benefits, ultimately resulting in excellent yields and profits for the farmer. It is non toxic and safe to use.
- Improves root development
- Improves nutrient and water uptake
- Improves overall plant health
- Improves plant growth
- Better fruit set
- Better fruit colour
- Better fruit quality and taste
- Increased crop yields
- APPEARANCE : Green
- NITROGEN : 0.03% m/m
- PHOSPHORUS : 0.04% m/m POTASSIUM : 0.65% m/m
- CALCIUM : 0.01% m/m
- MAGNESIUM : 0.01% m/m
Kelpak Seaweed Extract ~ Vegetable Fertiliser derived from Ecklonia maxima (fresh seaweed): 34.26%, Water: 65.14%
PACK SIZE: 25 L
Kelpak Seaweed Extract Vegetable Fertilizer is an ideal tank mix partner for liquid and foliar nutrition or to complement a granular fertilizer programme. Independent tests show that a low input rate per hectare provides effective results, making this product a perfect supplement to any plant nutritional programme, providing cost-effective support and efficient conditioning for the plant to help combat the season’s stresses.
Kelpak Seaweed Extract ~ Vegetable Fertiliser is ideal for fertigation and foliar applications using most application types. Follow the application guidelines below for best results. Download technical information here
Fertigation : Apply through drip irrigation system at the start of new growth for root development and early growth. Apply at 50 - 100L/ha.
Foliar spray : Apply at a rate of 5 - 10 ml per litre of water and spray onto the foliage, 14 to 21 days after transplant or at 3 to 4 leaf stages for direct seeded plants. Foliar application can be repeated at 10 to 15 day intervals.
Application timing : During the early growth stages of crops, at flowering and fruit development stages.
Repeat treatments at an interval of 10 - 15 days during the growth season according to nutritional needs.