Seaweed Fertiliser Is Mineral Rich & Conditions Your Soil
Organic seaweed fertiliser from Sea Nymph is ideal as a soil conditioner and plant tonic for organically grown fruit, vegetables and flowers. Provides extensive Trace elements. Conditions soil and stimulates plant growth.
This stuff is the business. Why? It is produced from seaweed sustainably harvested off the west coast of Ireland. Other seaweed feeds available on the market are produced from a powdered raw material. Our "Sea Nymph' liquid is produced from hand harvested Ascophyllum nodosum, a seaweed species exclusive to the North Atlantic Ocean. Harvesting by hand ensures quick plant recovery and causes minimal disruption to the natural habitat. It also produces a far more potent raw material which gives this product its extra punch.
The base extract is mixed with additional NPK and complexed minerals to tailor the range to specific needs throughout the year. Complexing of the minerals helps ensure they work for longer when applied as the complexing acts as a slow releasing agent giving longer performance to the minerals.
In short it's the best liquid seaweed you can get. Apply February to October.
Why use seaweed feed?
Seaweed contains the major plant nutrients but also a whole range of micro nutrients often absent in old and tired soil. Will also promote root growth and stimulate microbial soil life which makes more nutrients available to your plants. Seaweed fertiliser feeds will also strengthen the plants immune system helping to fight off bacterial and fungal attack.
The difference between our seaweed fertiliser feed and many others on the market is most other seaweed tonics use a powdered raw material which is diluted to produce the finished liquid. Our Soil Conditioner and Plant Tonic is made the old fashioned way, it's hand harvested in the unspoilt waters of the West coast of Ireland with the fresh seaweed going directly into the production process.
How is Sea Nymph made?
The sustainably harvested seaweed is first washed to remove any loose sand and shells. The seaweed is then places in stainless steel vats where the extraction process takes place. The idea is to break down the cell walls to release the broad range of nutrients unique to seaweed. Minerals, vitamins, amino acids and saccharides (sugar molecules) are first extracted and then cold filtered to remove any insoluble particles. The filtered end product is then bottled for use in your vegetable garden. In short it's the best liquid seaweed fertiliser soil tonic you can get. Apply February to October.