Kelp Meal - Organic
There is a HUGE kelp shortage this year and we have stocked up on premium organic kelp meal to make sure we don't run out this season. If you have any questions just let us know.
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Weight is approximate because we pack by Volume.
3 lb Bag (10 - 15 Cups) = $15.00
10 lb Bag (45 - 50 Cups) = $45.00
25 lb Food Grade Bucket = $75.00
50 lb Bag = $103.00
2 Yard Tote - 2200 lb Bag = $3200.00
We are proud to Carry Premium Organic Kelp Meal
Why Kelp? (Don't buy those Expensive bottles of sea water, kelp has it all without excess salt)
- Contains over 60 trace elements utilized by your plants
- Plants develop more extensive root systems
- Greater resistance to nematodes, disease and pests
- Improves seed germination
- Stimulates soil bacteria
- Increases plants stem strength
- Helps plants deal with stresses of drought, high temperatures, and frost
- Increase nutritional value of fruits and vegetables
- Increases shelf life
- Encourages better aerification of soil
- Improves moisture retention
- Helps normalize soil PH
- Improves soil structure
Kelp contains Cytokinins, Indoles, Hormones, Auxins and Gibberellins and Alginic Acid.
- Cytokinins - are cell division factors, which rapidly divides cells.
- Indoles - are naturally occurring plant growth promoters for root development and bud initiation.
- Auxins - promote rooting and cell enlargement.
- Gibberellins - are plant growth substanes (phytohormones) involved in promotion of stem elongation, mobilization of food reserves in seeds and other processes.
Want to make your own "Kelp Tea" for feeding plants with?
Here is a great way to use Kelp Meal that was taught to me by ClackamasCoots
Link to the full tutorial with photos: http://buildasoil.com/blogs/news/11759569-diy-instant-kelp-meal-tea-coots-hydrated-kelp-meal-trick
Take 1/4 cup of kelp meal and cover that with about 1/2 cup of water and let it completely re-hydrate. Once that is done then pour off any excess water and use that for a kelp meal tea.
Take the hydrated kelp meal and puree it as much as possible to make a kelp meal paste. You'll want to do this in small batches and store in the refrigerator in the coldest place which is usually in a corner.
When you need to apply a kelp meal tea than add about 2 tsp. to 1 gallon of water, shake until it's completely dispersed and this is a safe concentration for spraying the leaves and you would probably want to double that amount to apply to the soil.