Maxsea Acid Plant Food (14-18-14)
Seaweed has been used by European gardeners for generations. Maxsea is a blend of North Atlantic seaweed complemented by primary plant foods and important secondary and minor elements. Its nutrients are in a concentrated, water-soluble form and will go to work immediately.
This special Maxsea formula is comprised of primary plant foods nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. A full spectrum of important secondary elements and micronutrients provide sulfur, boron, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum and zinc. The seaweed granules in Maxsea contain over 60 recognized elements all found to be beneficial to plants. All components are in a concentrated water-soluble form that goes to work immediately for fast acting immediate results
Maxsea Acid Plant Food is especially designed for year 'round use on all acid loving plants and alkaline soils. Boosted with soil acidifiers and fast acting chelated iron and zinc, this formula will acidify alkaline soils and correct and prevent chlorosis (yellow foliage). A regular feeding program for acid loving plants will promote the necessary growth of plants with deep seaweed green foliage and quality blooms. This is an excellent formula to give ailing plants a boost, regardless of pH preferences.
Maxsea Acid Plant Food is designed for year ’round use on all plants, indoors and outdoors. A regular feeding program with Maxsea All Purpose will promote vigorous, sturdy plants with distinct, dark, seaweed green foliage, and quality blossoms. Maxsea Acid may be combined in varying ratios with Maxsea Bloom or Maxsea All Purpose to create any number of formulas. A 50/50 ratio with Maxsea All Purpose is an extremely effective way to boost flowering and fruit on acid loving plants.
Maxsea Acid Plant Food Fertilizer Application Rate:
Outdoor Containers Plants: Intermittent feeding - 1 heaping tablespoon per gallon every 7–14 days. Constant feeding - 1 level teaspoon per gallon every watering.
Indoor Container Plants: Intermittent feeding - 2 level teaspoons per gallon every 7–14 days. Constant feeding - 1/2 teaspoon per gallon every watering.