Saltwater Farms Sea Com-PGR
Details(0-4-4) (4 times stronger than regular seaweed mixes) This concentrated liquid extract of fresh sea kelp is used to overcome transplant shock, promote root growth, increase resistance to environmental stress, and improve blooming. Saltwater Farms Sea Com-PGR can be applied either as a foliar spray or watered into the root zone. Saltwater Farms Sea Com-PGR plant food improves fertilizer uptake and should be used to water in dry granular fertilizers like Yum Yum Mix. Add Sea Com-PGR to your watering can when using liquid fertilizers. This has been one of our best product discoveries. We use it on all our nursery and house plants. 16 oz. bottle treats 96 gallons of water. SeaCom is mixed at a rate of 1 tsp. per gallon of water.
99724 (8 Ounces)
99725 (16 Ounces)
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I use a combination of Seacom, Superthrive, and Plant Success in the water that I use on my new transplants. After I prepare the dirt with compost, Planters II, and Yum Yum, I plop the translated plant into the hole and pour my amended water right on top of the root ball, filling the hole about halfway. Then I fill the hole with more amended soil and create the "saucer." I fill the saucer once with the amended water. Pretty successful so far.
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