Sea Brown Powder
Approved to use in organic agricultural system(SXC Certified)
Sea Brown Powder is derived from the brown kelp Laminaria (Saccharina) japonica using our patented enzymatic extraction, which preserves the most amount, and guarantees consistent and high quality of active ingredients like Seawin’s Polysaccharide(alginic acid), amino acids, betaine, plant growth hormones and secondary & trace elements. The benefits of these active ingredients combined make this product an essential part of any plant production program.
High concentration of Alginic acid(15%) and Glycine betaine to reduce effects of stress
Alginic acid and amino acid as a food source for soil microbes, increases microbe activity
Natural chelating agent for micronutrients
Packaging size: 1 Carton(20kgs)
Seawin's Polysaccharide(Alginic acid):
Alginic acid serves an important role in plant rigidity while submerged in seawater. It also helps with the uptake of carbohydrates along the plant vascular tissues. With these properties, it helps with reducing the effects of biotic and abiotic stresses.
Brown seaweed also contains glycine betaine. Glycine betaine is a major osmolyte controlling water movement in and out of plant cells. It plays a major role in assisting plants to cope with environmental stresses such as drought, salinity, extreme temperatures and frost.
The alginic acid and amino acids are food sources for beneficial microbes in the soil which perform many crucial functions including making nutrients available to plants. In addition, these act as chelating agents for the micronutrients. Therfore nutrients are then more readily absorbed by the plant.
HOW TO USE IT
Hydroponic and field horticulture crops
Fertigation: 1.5-3 kg/ha. Best to be applied together with other nutrition.
Foliar: 0.5-2kg /ha. Dilution Ratio: 1kg to 2000L-3000L of water.
Can be used together with Agchem sprays, ‘Jar Test’ needed for compatibility testing.
For application suggestions specific to your crop, please contact your local agronomist or Seawin’s distributors.