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Organic Liquid Seaweed Fertilizer

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  • Organic Liquid Seaweed Fertilizer
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  • NASAA LIC. NO 3612M

Organic Seaweed Fertilizer 5L


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Organic Liquid Gold Seaweed Fertilizer 5 Litre

Made from fresh quality Australian bull kelp (Durvillea potatorum) and using the warm hydrolysis process specially developed for the brewing of fresh kelp, the process maximizes the extraction of the plant growth regulators which leads to alkaline liquid seaweed concentrate.

The plant growth regulators and/or hormones it contains includes auxins, cytokinins, betaines, sugars and phenolics are stable compounds in the product and lead to increased chlorophyll production, increased root development, increased tolerance with environmental stresses caused by drought, frost, insect attack and salinity and an increased uptake of “locked-up” nutrients in the soil.



Spraying sensitive crops such as citrus, capsicum and tomatoes with Gold can reduce damage from late frost. In drought conditions, plants sprayed with Gold have a better survival rate than un-sprayed plants. In saline soils, Gold significantly increases plant vigor too. In marginal land, the correct use of Gold can make the difference between a profitable return and a loss.

Using Gold on ornamentals, vegetables and cereal crops showed significant increase in root development which leads to increased nutrient availability. Best results are obtained by two or more applications between 3-5 L/ha. The results are more marked if the application is made in the early stage of plant development.

Whilst Gold is not a complete fertilizer solution, it can be complemented with other products that have additional phosphorus and nitrogen. Gold contributes to greater microbial activity in the soil and this in turn, together with greater root development.

Application Rates

Apply 10 L/ha (2 applications of 5 L/ha separated by 6 weeks if possible). Apply early spring, late spring and or late autumn.


Apply at early leaf stage and then follow up sprays at 2-3 week intervals. Apply a total of 10-15 L/ha in no more than 6 sprays.