Kelpzyme is a 100% digested sea kelp that provides a broad spectrum of nutrients, amino acids, polysaccharides, naturally occurring plant hormones, vitamins and polyphenols. Our lengthy digestion process releases all plant beneficial constituents into solution, with no exposure to heat or caustic chemical extraction. The growth stage, and the time of year that kelp is harvested has a significant impact on the content of certain plant defense elicitors. We supplement these compounds to ensure a consistent, high quality product year round. Kelpzyme is stabilized with our exclusive ProVita technology to reduce surface tension and optimize bioactivity. Our proprietary complexing and chelating agents are utilized throughout the manufacturing process to enhance the availability of all constituents.
Kelpzyme contains primary, secondary, and micronutrients, along with trace elements that serve to promote soil biology, enhance plant health, and re- mineralize your soil. Increased drought resistance and chlorophyll enhancement are two of Kelpzyme's benefits proven through University research. Kelp that is exposed to heat processing incurs damage to many of its' components, including amino acids, which are the building blocks of protein. Amino acids remain intact and optimized through the Kelpzyme digestion process along with polysaccharides, vitamins, and naturally occurring plant hormones.
Kelpzyme is a rich source of Alginic acid which performs several roles in plant nutrient management, including providing natural exchange sites, binding to water molecules, detoxifying heavy metals, and providing fuel to beneficial soil biology. Polysaccharides enhance immune system response and improve drought tolerance. The vitamins in greatest concentration are known as antioxidants, which help basic plant physiology and improve stress resilience.
The most common usage rate for this product is 4 - 30mls per gallon for soil applications.
For foliar applications use 5 - 10mls per gallon.
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