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Kelp4Less Product News – Discovering Kelp’s Secrets

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Touch the Soil News #143 The use of Kelp as a plant growth supplement has been documented back to Roman times. In the early days, folks would scavenge the beach for kelp washed ashore and work it into their fields nearby. In rather recent times (1979) it was discovered that high levels of biostimulants were present in the cells of fresh kelp. These biostimulants later became known as Auxin and Cytokinin. The Auxin compound was found to cause increased root development. The Cytokinin compound produces greater flower initiation and augments cell division. Kelp is rich in amino acids and is 28 percent minerals by weight – including a large number…

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Expert Compost Teas Made Easy

Compost Tea

Compost Tea’s work wonders in a garden by feeding the micro-biology “bugs” (Biological Under Ground System), in the soil for fast, healthy plant growth. We have been brewing and applying Compost Tea’s on 500k+ acres of Farm Land since 1974. 5000 Gallon batches at a time, we have a good idea on how to increase the micro-biology in the soil and brew a great Compost Tea. More micro-biology equals faster root development, which in return will result in faster plant development. After all, a plant cannot grow if the roots cannot sustain the growth. Lets discuss a few easy Compost Tea Recipe’s, we will be covering a Veg/Grow Compost Tea Recipe as well…

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Healthy Roots

Healthy Roots

Roots are a main source for providing food to any plant. The roots absorb macro nutrients, micro nutrients, bio stimulants, vitamins, organic acids, and natural growth hormones. Through this absorption process, all the necessary elements feed all other plant development, such as stem, leaf, flower, and/ or fruit. You must take care of your roots because they are the start of your plants life cycle and the gateway to reaping a large harvest. If you maximize your root structure early in your plants life cycle, you will reap large rewards later on in harvest. Micro biology is the key to large root mass and root production. A few ways to…

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