Kelp meal is an organic, non-pollutant resource that adds valuable micronutrients and vitamins that help increase yields, improve soil structure, reduce plant stress from drought, and increase frost tolerance.
Kelp meal can be incorporated into potting soils, seed and transplant beds, as well as composting material and even used in teas or foliar spray.
Kelp meal is also used to enhance the flexibility and sheen of the skin and coat in dogs, cats, and horses.
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Kelp Meal Application Guidelines:
General Use:Till or work into the soil at a rate of 1 cup/100 sq. feet.
Container Pots: Till or work into the soil at a rate of 1 cup/100 sq. feet.
Flowers & Vegetables: Apply Kelp Meal at 1-2 pounds per 100 square foot and mix into the top 3” of soil. For large shrubs use 1 lb per shrub worked into soil.
Transplants: Add 1 teaspoon per hole and mix with soil and water in.
Large Trees: Use at a rate of ½ lb/1 inch diameter (4 inch trunk = 2 lbs) broadcast in drip line.
Fruit trees: Peach, Pear, Apple: 2-4 lb/tree under drip line in early spring or late fall.
Feed Guidelines:If not already in your feed, add 2% Kelp Meal to grain (i.e. 40 lb to a ton of grain). Either pre-mix or place on grain by hand. If a mineral or vitamin deficiency is known, feed up to 5%. Start young animals at 1%.
Beef Cattle- Feed 2 lbs of seaweed meal mixed with 100 lbs of regular feed ration; or 40 lbs of seaweed mixed with 1 ton of feed; or free choice, 2 lbs seaweed meal mixed with 1 lb salt