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Re: kelp

Several sources.  Maxicrop, the cheapest source is Pinetree Garden Seeds out of Maine - www.superseeds.com.  And Charley's Greenhouses and Gardening Supply out of Washington state has three kinds of Maxsea.  One for acid plants, one all purpose and one for blooming plants, I use all three
types.  www.charleysgreenhouse.com for them.  All are excellent and are highly concentrated so a container lasts a long time!  Just mix a tablespoon of powder to a gallon of water, less for containers and houseplants.  Great stuff and organic - what's not to like?


---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: jim singer <jsinger@igc.org>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Sun, 15 Dec 2002 13:08:21 -0500

>who did you say you got your kelp from, kitty? ringer? how about you, pam? 
>where do you get it web sites would help. i think i need to add it to my 
>personal nursery operation.
>At 01:00 PM 12/15/02 -0500, you wrote:
>>Additional info on kelp:Produces hormones which promote root development,
>>cell elongation, and general growth.Acts biochemically and
>>electro-magnetically to make plants more disease resistant.  Contains
>>natural anti-biotics effective against detrimental fungi.Acts as a
>>culture medium for growth of phytotropic bacteria which account for up to
>>50% of photosynthesis in the plant.Conditions soil, increases moisture
>>retention and soil aeration.Increases plant's ability to take up trace
>>elements.Helps plants resist stress; makes grasses tougher and more
>>tolerant; helps lawn over-winter; aids in thatch decomposition.Has
>>insecticidal properties on sap-sucking insects; controls nematodes;
>>attracts earthworms to upper level of soil to promote aeration.Used as a
>>seed pretreatment, hastens germination, stimulates blossom and fruit
>>developmnet, produces healthier color, earlier fruit set, prevents fruit
>>drop.Used as a mulch in hydroseeding, it binds topsoil surface, promotes
>>germination, and reduces soil moisture evaporation. Kitty
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A

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