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Cold-processed liquid kelp. Enzymatically digested, concentrated liquid extract of California Bull Kelp (Nereocystis luetkeana), harvested from kelp beds in the Pacific Ocean off the Northern coast of California. Freshly harvested kelp is rapidly processed at low temperatures, using naturally occurring enzymes isolated from the kelp, to digest and liquify the chopped kelp into a dark liquid extract.
This cold water enzymatic process preserves all the very important hormones, auxins, giberillins, enzymes, proteins, vitamins and minerals found in Bull Kelp, which is internationally recognized for its high concentration of active compounds that greatly stimulate the growth and productivity of plants. Product is then stabilized with the addition of natural humic acids which have been digested with enzymes and mixed with the kelp concentrate.
This product should be suitable for use in organic agriculture as it has been deemed to be compliant with the USDA National Organic Program. However, as the status of any product can change at anytime, please always confirm that this product is allowed by your certifying agency.
We do our best to update our product's organic status, however the status of any product can change at anytime without notice from the manufacturer. Please confirm that the product is allowed by your certifying agency and that it's still on CDFA's organic input material list at cdfa.ca.gov
I used this as a foliar spray on my veggies along with Seabird Guano and Micro Hume. My plants look better and healthier already!Review by Kim (on 7/21/11)
I could not believe the difference in my garden when I started using this stuff. The most dramatic difference was in a peach tree of mine. The tree has never been very healthy and had a huge problem with curly leaf every year. I started using liquid kelp and Omega on it and the tree looks the best it's every looked in it's entire life and had a nice crop of huge peaches that year. <br /><br />It was great on roses too!Review by Random Gardener (on 6/21/11)