Good Low Sodium Kelp Substitute
This is a (non-living) fresh water, cultured single cell algae with a hormonal package that is supposed to substitute for kelp hormones, stimulating growth, cell division, and JAR response.
Additionally the dead cells are supposed to perform cell-to-cell transfer of nutrients that come with and potentially those added to Universal upon application.
I used this product as a supplement while growing in a soil with no kelp or sources of hormones. It seemed to break apical dominance of my lateral shoots during late veg / early flower, and encourage bud stacking and swelling during late flower.
Not a bad source of K, which might help with the shoot initiation.
This product might be good for hydroponics but I noticed it might have caused my compost tea to foam up a few days after I dumped some excess into it, so perhaps watch out.