No Frills Fertiliser

Seaweed Fertiliser

Most scientifically researched kelp on the planet, stimulates early root development a must use for initial planting and replanting in order to reduce shock. Reduces plant stress , promotes immunity 1 lt treats up to 400 sq metres

Certified Organic Seaweed Fertiliser

The Difference with our Seaweed Fertiliser

  • We use the most scientifically researched kelp on the planet- Ascophyllum Nodosum
  • It is agriculture grade, covers twice the distance
  • Certified Organic by NASAA

Our Organic Seaweed Fertiliser contains alginic acid, this is a unique material that has an immediate effect on soil particles by forming bonds. It gives the soil a crumb like structure that holds and retains moisture and houses microbes.

Perfect For

Stimulating root development and resilience against pest and disease in all plants

What is it, What does it do, How does it work?

  • It’s a liquid concentrate of kelp
  • It stimulates early root development and reduces plant stress
  • It acts as a powerful microbial stimulant encouraging an active soil environment, promoting plant immunity

What are the Benefits

  • Results in a healthier tougher plants
  • Reduces plant stress
  • Stimulates microbes, improving soil health
  • River & ground safe
  • Improves nutrient uptake

How To Use Seaweed Fertiliser

Any new plants should be watered in with a  seaweed fertiliser solution as it is a root stimulant and will therefore result in a tougher healthier plant.

Use Organic Seaweed Fertiliser (“Seaweed Tonic”) on a fortnightly basis. Every other week apply No Frills Fertilisers  Organic Fish Fertiliser (“Hydrofish”)  7 Potassium Humate monthly to provide added soil and plant health benefits. An important point to note here is that the area that one person’s watering can cover will differ to another person. Our application rates are based on one watering that can cover about 8-10 m2. The soil condition and stage of plant growth will also govern how much to use, but the key to using these organic concentrates is to ensure that:

  1. the plant leaves are covered to a point of runoff
  2. the soil area around the base of the plant has been showered
  3. water into the soil well if using the higher rate
  4. hose off any residue on leaves to prevent burning

Note: 1 level cap = 20ml. 1 standard watering can = 9 litres.

Soil Drench:

This is the most common way to use the product. Simply dilute into a watering can and apply to the plant leaves and soil surface.

Foliar Spray:

Some people like to use handheld or backpack sprayers to apply their products. It is a very efficient way of feeding plants. A fine mist needs to be created so that leaf surfaces are covered. Simply dilute into a sprayer with water and cover leaf surfaces until runoff.

Per 9 lt Soil Drench Foliar Spray
Garden beds 20-40ml 25ml
Large trees 50-100ml 25ml
Stressed Tress 100-200ml 25ml
Container Pots 20-40ml 25ml
Lawns 50-100ml 25ml
Natives 20-30ml 25ml
General 20-40ml 25ml

Typical Analysis

Nitrogen 0.2%
Phsophorus 0.16%
Potassium 2.8%
Sulphur 0.2%
Calcium 0.16%
Magnesium 0.04-0.2%
Sodium 0.25%
Manganese 1-6 ppm
Zinc 2-20 ppm
Copper 0.2-6 ppm
Boron 2-3 ppm
Molybdneum 0.2-1 ppm
Selenium <1 ppm
Iron 0.21%
Organic matter/td> 9-10%
Alginic acid 2%
Mannitol 1-2%
Cytokinin 0.012-0.016%
Total amino acid 0.45-0.7%
Crude protein 1.5-3%
pH 9-10

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