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OVERVIEW

Peats Sea Bounty is rich in nitrogen, phosphor, potassium and traces. It also contains all alginic acid, vitamins, natural hormones and antibiotics. As such, it delivers supreme quality soil fertilizer/conditioner at an unbeatable price.

Generally seaweed products are used either in soil conditioners or as foliar fertilizers.

Peats Soil and Garden Supplies is offering you the unique Peats Sea Bounty, the specially designed compost/seaweed mixture with enhanced compost properties of final product and ideally combining land and sea nutrients.

Bacterial activity in the presence of seaweed results in the secretion of substances which further help to condition the soil as well as increase the nitrogen content of the soil.

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Description

Peats Sea Bounty contains Alginic Acid that takes part in the soil conditioning Alginates help plants increase their uptake of carbohydrates and strengthen the cell structure. This enables plants to better cope with extreme temperatures and make them more resistant to disease and insect attack.
  • Naturally rich composition of all minerals consisting in seawater;
  • Contains all elements needed to grow healthy plants in balanced proportions; Provides nutrients in a bio- available, or chelated form thus plants are able to utilize these nutrients;
  • Hormones, as natural growth stimulants are another important seaweed component
  • Help absorb trace elements, and iron in particular, that cannot be absorbed by plants and animals in their usual forms;
  • Chelating properties possessed by the starches, sugars and carbohydrates in seaweed and seaweed products;
  • Trace elements in seaweed do not settle out, even in alkaline soils and remain available to plants;
  • Seaweed catalyses the release nutrients present in soil or added with fertilizers; Seaweed does add jelly like alginate that helps to bind soil crumbs together.

KEY BENEFITS:

  • Improved soil structure
  • Improved moisture retention
  • Better conditions for nutrient transport
  • More vigorous plants
  • Protection from marginal frosts
  • Better root formation
  • Higher quality of crops
  • Enhanced resistance to diseases and insects
  • Balanced growth,
  • Nutrient mobilisation,
  • Better water uptake,
  • Relieving stressed plants

HOW MUCH DO I NEED?

1 Unit is equivalent to a 4x6 trailer load
A trailer load is equivalent to 0.76 M3s


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