Organic Seaweed Rose Feed 2.5ltr

  • Sea Nymph’s Liquid Seaweed Rose Feed is formulated for top quality foliage, flowers and healthy growth. It provides extensive trace elements and promotes the presence of beneficial soil micro-organisms. Seaweed is nature’s natural growth stimulant. It contains alginates to condition the soil and growth hormones for plant health. Sea Nymph is Ireland’s leading supplier of quality seaweed extracts for natural plant and soil care. Three generations of the family have hand harvested Ascophyllum nodosum to ensure excellent re-growth and minimal disruption to the delicately balanced habitat in which it grows.

    Sea Nymph’s seaweed is totally organic and up to 50% of its composition is humus-forming material which helps to condition the soil. Seaweed is rich in natural nutrients and over 58 trace elements which provide a balanced feed. It promotes vigorous growth with better flowering. 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. This product is ideal for all types of roses and will improve perfume in scented roses and increase flowering season in autumn with shorter time between flushes.

    Ingredients: Organic Seaweed (Ascophyllum nodosum)

  • Use: If in storage for a long time, shake before use. Before planting a rose bush, dilute 30mls of Sea Nymph Rose feed in 1 litre of water and apply to the area marked out for each bush. For established roses…Spring Treatment: dilute 30mls of Sea Nymph Rose Feed in 1 litre of water and apply to the area around each bush before active growth begins. Summer Treatment: repeat the application of 30ml of Rose Feed diluted in 1 litre of water to the area around each bush. Foliar Feeding: dilute 50mls of Rose Feed in 9 litres (2 gallons) of water and spray until leaves are wet using a fine mist applicator. Repeat every 3 – 4 weeks during the growing season.

    Benefits: This formula enhances plant health, provides extensive trace elements, conditions soil and stimulates plant growth. Regular use of seaweed increases resistance to disease and stress. Seaweed stimulates the soil bacteria which convert nitrogen into nitrates and releases phosphates fixed in the soil. In heavy soil, alginates in seaweed improve the structure of the soil. Seaweed provides cytokinins and auxins, which encourage cell division and aid in the transport of nutrients. Seaweed also stimulates soil bacteria to convert organic material into nutrients and promotes the growth and improvement of crop quality.

  • The Casburn family have a long history of being involved in the Seaweed Industry. In 1948 a chemist called Ernest Casburn pioneered the Irish industry and, in 1954, established a very successful business in Galway under the trade name of ‘Seaweed Ltd.’ His sons are carrying on the business now. Philip first got involved in 1970 and in in January 2000 Philip and David set up Sea Nymph (Galway Bay Marine) Ltd.

    Seaweeds have a long tradition of use as a plant nutrient and the level of use has grown steadily over the past 50 years. Sea Nymph has done considerable research over the past ten years and has developed its range of seaweed products to match the needs of consumers. They now offer their customers over 20 different Liquid Formulations, 4 different grades of Granular Seaweed Meals, Wetting Agents, Spray Indicator Dyes, Non Seaweed Foliar Feeds and a new Marine Organic Compost designed as a Nematode and Fungal Suppressant. The Casburns have an excellent back-up team of Chemists, Product Development and Marketing experts and are constantly on hand to support and develop new products.

    Sea Nymph Products are currently being used throughout Ireland, Germany and some parts of the UK. Their products are suitable for Golf Courses, Football Pitches, Race Tracks, Tennis Courts, Organic Farms and, of course, your very own garden. The K Club in County Kildare used their "SEAGRASS" Liquid Seaweed Feed on the greens of the competition course in the run up and immediately preceding the Ryder Cup 2006. All Sea Nymph formulae can be packaged in 20, 200 or 1000ltr containers with recyclable packaging for bulk orders.

Collections: Seaweed Plant Feed

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