Liquid Fertiliser & Plant Tonic

By November 15, 2013Blog, Post Landscape Care Advice

CU-Seasol

Seasol is a fantastic soil tonic, enriching its microbial activity and stimulating root growth. It full of healthy bacteria and has amino acids and plant hormones that stimulate feeding roots and sick or damaged roots.

It’s a great idea to apply this to plants that have experienced transplant shock or been water stressed and the turn around is almost miraculous. But it’s important to know that it’s not a fertilizer though and it won’t enrich the soil organically. That’s where Powerfeed comes in.

Seasol – Seaweed Tonic

Seasol is a dynamic plant tonic, however it is not by definition a fertiliser in that it contains virtually no nitrogen or phosphorus.

Plant tonics work differently to fertilisers and provide benefits that fertilisers can’t.
It is is a powerful pick-me-up for your garden and a real friend during times of plant stress. It is a plant booster that promotes tougher more resilient plants, healthier growth, stronger roots, bigger, better blooms and higher yields. It can be used in all gardening situations and at times of the year when using a fertiliser may be inappropriate, for example during winter and at the height of summer.

It contains a synergistic range of natural compounds which:

  • Promote stronger healthier root growth, thereby reducing transplant shock, encouraging tougher, healthier plants and increasing their resistance to diseases which attack the roots.
  • Enhance flowering and fruiting capacity.
  • Improve seed germination rates.

Seasol contains natural compounds and trace elements which promote thicker, stronger cell walls. Therefore plants are better able to cope with stresses such as heat, drought and frost, as well as some insect and disease problems. Almost every known trace element is found in Seasol so it also contributes to overall plant nutrition. The natural compounds in Seasol also help to increase nutrient uptake, so when fertilisers are applied they are much more effective.

Powerfeed

The macro nutrients in PowerFeed support plant growth and development. The fish provides a rich source of amino acids, proteins, beneficial bacteria, trace elements and vitamins. PowerFeed is boosted with liquid composts, which make it an effective soil conditioner too!

To grow top performing plants you need to have soil teaming with good microbes. There are more microbes in a spadeful of healthy soil than there are people on the planet. The liquid composts in PowerFeed stimulate beneficial soil microbial activity. They also help promote good soil structure and increase nutrient availability. So unlike straight chemical fertilisers, PowerFeed encourages more balanced growth above and below the ground.

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