Along the 12,500 mile Norwegian coastline, mineral-rich mountain waters, arctic waters and the Gulf Stream come together to create the perfect conditions for growing the finest seaweed (Ascophyllum Nodosum) harvested anywhere in the world. Maxicrop captures their rich nutrients and brings them to your garden. Try our products to experience the benefits of seaweed!
Maxicrop Kelpmeal is available in economical bulk form to farmers and formulators, ready for all irrigation types of applications. It has been harvested, dried, processed with a patented process, then blended and ground to a 14 mesh size. Contains at least 60 Minerals or Elements, over 12 Vitamins and 21 Amino Acids (including the 17 considered vital) at a fraction of the price of mined minerals and synthetic vitamins.
Good for all animals, cattle, hogs, poultry, sheep, goats, horses, mink, pets, etc.
When used as a soil conditioner, Maxicrop Kelpmeal will improve any deficiencies, thereby adding to the nutrition of vegetables from your garden.
It can also be incorporated into potting soils, seed and transplant beds, as well as composting material to improve the health of all your outdoor or indoor plants. It will add organic matter to your soil, help it retain moisture and enhance healthy root growth.
- Tech Specs
Brand Maxicrop SKU MCKELP5LB Weight (lb.) 5.1 Height (in.) 6.5 Width (in.) 3 Length (in.) 11 UPC 755361030011 Shipping Restrictions OR Lead Time Ships in 1-2 Days N-P-K 1 - 0 - 2 Nutrient Application Soil & Soilless Mix Nutrient Nutrient Type Organic Based OMRI Certified No Nutrient Material Type Powder
- Product Q&A
Maxicrop Kelpmeal, 5lbs Questions & Answers
What is Maxicrop Seaweed used for?
Maxicrop seaweed is a natural fertilizer that goes right to the heart of the plant.
Long known and used by farmers for its rich value, seaweed feeds plants. Harvested along the Norwegian coastline— the most perfect seaweed growing environment— this is an organic, non-pollutant renewable resource. Improved leaf canopy means more nutrients for root development!
Is all seaweed the same?
Absolutely not! There are thousands of varieties of seaweeds and very few have value for plant life. Ascophyllum Nodosum seaweed from Norway has been thoroughly tested and its value proven.