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Discover The Maxicrop Difference
Maxicrop Seaweed is made from the finest seaweed harvested off of the 12,500 mile Norwegian coastline. This is where mineral rich mountain waters, the Gulf stream, and the Arctic waters come together to produce the perfect conditions to grow Ascophyllum nodosum seaweed.
Our Maxicrop Soluble Seaweed Powder from Norway has been thoroughly tested and its value proven. Maxicrop is a non-polluting, renewable resource, and is OMRI listed for use in gardens and farms that are certified organic operations.
Derived from fresh Norwegian kelp (Ascophyllum nodosum), Maxicrop Seaweed products contain over 70 vitamins, minerals, and amino acids all of which help plants in their own unique way. A foliar feed will benefit the plants quickly through the leaves. It also conditions the soil by feeding a multitude of beneficial microorganisms.
Maxicrop also encourages tolerance to stress from environmental conditions, will improve seedlings vigor, reduce transplant shock, increases yields, etc.
Seaweed extracts the inorganic substances from the ocean and converts them into organic compounds.
Results improve when used in small and repeated doses; highly recommended to maximize results.
Benefits of Maxicrop Fertilizer
- Seaweed fertilizer contains an abundance of fully chelated (ready to use) micro-nutrients which can be readily absorbed by plants without any further chemical decomposition needed
Conditions the soil by helping to enrich the soil by feeding a multitude of beneficial microorganisms
Seaweed nutrients help to develop growth and results in healthier, stronger plants
Seaweed will feed and strengthen the overall plant
Seaweed is great nourishment for plants since it provides an increased uptake of nutrients from the soil, better resistance to frost and other environmental stress conditions
Foliage feed method will benefit the plants quickly through the leaves
Soaking seed and bulbs with Maxicrop will increase germination improve seedlings vigor and reduce transplant shock
University studies report that applications of seaweed improved yields and the production of a variety of crops