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Maxicrop Kelp Extract (10.7 Oz) - F1350

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Water Soluble Kelp Extract World-famous as a root soak and a foliar-applied plant stimulant. Extracted from fresh Norwegian Ascophyllum kelp, using a process that concentrates all the goodness of the sea into a small amount of material. 1 lb of Maxicrop is created from over 200 lb of seaweed and contains more than 70 different growth hormones, cytokinins, auxins, vitamins, and enzymes. Maxicrop is sought after primarily for its trace elements but also has an analysis of 1% N, 0% P, 4% K. Often combined with fish products or other high-analysis foliars to create a cost-effective yield and quality-enhancer. Use the dry powder at 1 tsp/gal (shake to dissolve) or 1-2 lb/acre. Inject at 1-5 lb/acre. For convenience, the 10.7 oz bag can be used to make one gallon of concentrated stock solution (stir or shake to dissolve thoroughly). Use the stock solution at 1-2 Tbs per gallon. The dry powder will last indefinitely if keep dry. A liquid stock solution should be keep cool and used within several months.

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