Liquid Kelp

Liquid Kelp Concentrate from GS Plant Foods is among the highest quality seaweed products you can buy.  It is derived from the Ascophyllum Nodosum seaweed from Norway, which has been proven to be the most effective at providing the desired results. Liquid Kelp is a natural plant food that provides a range of benefits for plant health and growth. Another one of the few natural ‘miracle’ foods that you can give to your plants.  GS Plant Foods' Liquid Kelp will greatly increase your plant’s resistance to stressors such as excessive heat, wind, drought conditions and more.   It will stimulate natural root growth, mineral uptake and overall plant growth and vigor.  Our 32 ounce bottle of concentrate yields from 16 to 32 gallons!
You can use GS Plant Foods' Liquid Kelp in conjunction with other fertilizers, or by itself.  It pairs especially well with a high quality Liquid Fish fertilizer such as GS Plant Foods' Organic Liquid Fish.   Use on all plants, seedlings, fruit trees, houseplants as a regular healthful maintenance program.  You will begin to experience healthier plants with stronger, more developed root systems and bigger blooms and flowers.

Benefits of Liquid Kelp:

  • Improves seed germination and increases root development.
  • Increases bloom set and size of flowers and fruit.
  • Increases and stabilizes chlorophyll in plants, which results in darker green leaves and increased sugar content in plants.
  • Relieves stress in plants caused by extreme weather conditions.
  • Increases plant vigor, and thus imparts a greater resistance to disease, insect attack, drought, and frost.
  • Increases microorganisms in the soil that can fix nitrogen from the air.
  • Increases mineral uptake from the soil and into the plant.
  • Increases the storage life of fruits and vegetables by retarding the loss of protein, chlorophyll, and RNA.
  • Retards the aging process in plants (senescence), thereby lengthening the production season.
Many of the trace minerals contained in seaweed have important regulatory functions when applied to land plants, and in the animals and humans that consume the plants.