Made from seaweed harvested from the nutrient rich waters off the coast of Norway, Maxicrop Liquid Seaweed Plus Iron is a wonderful fertilizer for acid-loving plants and also serves as a biostimulant. This seaweed, Ascophyllum nodosum, is preferred for its high macronutrient and micronutrient content as well as the fact that it contains vital growth regulators and stimulants like cytokinins, gibberellins and amino acids.
Benefits of Liquid Seaweed:
- Increased crop yields
- Resistance to frost
- Increased uptake of inorganic soil compounds
- Resistance to heat and drought stress
Contains 2% stable iron ions that helps prevent yellowing (chlorosis) of leaves. Use as a foliar spray, root drench or soil treatment.
Due to EPA regulations, this product label states that it is not intended for use on agricultural food site crops since it is now considered a plant vitamin hormone. Please call us at 1-800-827-2847 with any questions that you have regarding this issue or for suitable alternatives.
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Acid-Loving Plants: Water with solution of one ounce to one gallon of water every week. Apply solution liberally to foliage and root area.
Acid-Loving Houseplants: Water with solution of one ounce to one gallon of water every week.
Lawns: Spray solution of two ounces to one gallon of water monthly (covers up to 1,000 sq. ft.).
- Use 1 oz. per gallon of water once a week for plants.
- Use 2 oz. per gallon every month for lawns.
Environment: Outdoors, Nursery, Greenhouse, Grow Room, Container Plants, Lawns, Houseplants
Storage: Store in original container and in a cool, dry place.
Warning & Toxicities: Can affect people with fish allergies. No toxicity known. This product is not intended for use on agricultural food site crops.
Shelf Life: Indefinite
Active Ingredients/Guaranteed Analysis: Derived from Ascophyllum nodosum seaweed and Ferrous sulfate.
- 1.0%.....Soluble Potash (K2O)
- 2.0%.....Iron (Fe)
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