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Kelp powder

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amanda starts with ...
Hi all - has anyone used kelp powder on their plants at all? Just wondering about dosage rate...
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ABear says...
No, but I use seaweed, both as a tea and straight on the garden bed.I would assume kelp is the same thing only finely ground with the water taken out.
Maybe make up a tea of it- the seaweed solution you buy is meant to mixed to a colour of weak tea- so measure the amount you put in a certain volume of water, and judge how much garden you could water with the given volume. That should give you an indication of dry sprinkle rate, then just let the rain do the rest.
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amanda says...
Yea - probably about right ABear..thanks. I just wanted to muck about with it (it's food grade stuff..) a little seems to go a long way (as it's so light - you get you get a decent volume for $5 worth) makes me curious as to how much "activity", or how concentrated, it has/is in a powdered form.
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