Superseaweed Micro -Grow-Bloom- Brix
Oranic Gardening depends on having a living soil. The process of assimilation, adsorption and growth in a living system is dependent on bacteria. Bacteria forms the key corner stone for the organic process to happen. I learned early on in my childhood training (my mother and grand mother were both master organic gardeners and taught me all about bacteria!) that bacteria is a very useful tool in Organic Gardening; from compost tea to producing the various biodynamic sprays.
SuperSeaweed ™ 100% Organic/Natural
Helps all plants to Grow, Bloom more!
Increases Brix! Fights diseases!
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An invention of mine, is a result of many years of experimentation and assimilation of my mothers knowledge as well as from my own experiences as a gardener. I like to call SuperSeaweed Micro a “micro-biological activator”. In simple terms, it is a special blend of five different types of deep ocean seaweed, chosen for its purity and for its special bacteria. Along with a few special bacterial enzymes.
Here is a partial list of the bacteria/enzymes I add to make my Superseaweed: Endomycorrhiza: Glomus intradices, G. aggretaum, G. mosseae; Ectomycorrhizal fungi: Pisolthus tinctorius, Rhizopogon villosulus, R. luteolus, R. amylopogon, R. fulvigleba, Humic acid from leonerdite. Each seaweed, being from a different part of the world, contains its own special bacteria and its own special minerals as well. Blending these different liquid seaweed's produces a complete bacterial and mineral ‘soup’. Always use with every watering! To this mixture I have added rock dust (thats the natural part, since rock dust is not organic), which increases mineral content such as calcium, iron, etc. I also add Agri-Gro (TM) and Nitron A-35 (TM) and Wallard Water (TM).
SuperSeaweed is a special blend of liquids that encourages your plants to Grow/Bloom more while using less of your fertilizer. SuperSeaweed is a special blend which produces a higher nitrogen level for increased plant growth.
Organically of course!
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