In Abundant-Sea, four different types of kelp combine to amplify vegetative growth, maximizing available nodes, and reducing total time in the vegetative cycle. Macrocystis integrifolia, commonly known as Giant Pacific Kelp, is one of the fastest-growing organisms on earth. It’s also one of the many secrets behind Abundant-Sea, and while kelp is certainly no secret in the world of cultivation, Abundant-Sea combines what Growth Science considers the top-performing species of kelp, Ascophyllum nodosum, Gelidium robustum, and Macrocyctis integrifolia commonly referred to as the giant kelps.
Why use Abundant-Sea?
Each kelp contains its own range of compounds that offer unique benefits. It’s this extensive nutrient mix within Abundant-Sea that helps plants to reach their full vegetative growth capacity. The more successful the vegetative stage the more fruits and flowers your plant will be able to produce. Abundant-Sea can even be used as a foliar spray to ensure that your plants get the nutrition they need if uptake through the root zone is limited. Abundant-Sea and all Growth Science products are fertigation-ready.
Available in quart, gallon, 2.5-gallon, 6-gallon, and 55-gallon sizes. Totes available by request.
Abundant-Sea is used during the clone/seedling and vegetative phases of the plant‘s life cycle.
Directions for use:
Clones/Seedlings – 2.5-5 ml/gallon
Early Vegetative Phase – 10 ml/gallon
Aggressive Vegetative Phase – 10-15 ml/gallon
Use Abundant-Sea as a foliar feed in veg at the rate of 10 ml per gallon. Spray 1-2x per week.
Shake well before use.
Make sure to run clean water through lines after every feeding.
Do NOT store diluted or after nutrients have been mixed with water.