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Maxicrop Cal-Sea-Feed 2kg
12.95

In a nutshell....
Maxicrop Cal-Sea-Feed 2kg is a sustainanable substitute for calcium seaweed, approved by the soil association for use in organic growing. The calcium in it is used to reduce the PH or acidity of acid soils and has the same effect as adding lime to reduce the acidity of garden soil with the added advantage of adding the broad range of beneficial trace elements found in seaweed.

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When & Why Do I Need A Calcified Seaweed Substitute?

Maxicrops Cal-Sea-Feed is a sustainanable substitute for calcium seaweed. Maxicrop Cal-Sea-Feed is approved by the soil association for use in organic growing.

The calcium in cal-sea-feed is used to reduce the PH or acidity of acid soils. When the PH level of soil falls below 6.0 the availability of important nutrients like phosphorous, potassium, calcium and magnesium decreases.

The availability of metallic micronutrients like zinc, manganese, copper and iron increases but if the levels are allowed to drop below 5.5 they may occur in concentrations which are actually toxic to plants.

Using Maxicrops calcified seaweed substitute has the same effect as adding lime to reduce the acidity of garden soil with the added advantage of adding the broad range of beneficial trace elements found in seaweed. Trace elements will increase the microbial activity in the soil which in turn makes more nutrients available to the roots of your plants and thus stronger healthier plants.

Cal-sea-feed is a blend of sustainably harvested dried seaweed and natural calcium carbonate. Soil structure is improved and acid soils are effectively neutralised.

Approved for Organic growing by the Soil Association.

Contents: 2KG

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Asked By Romie Cullen
on May 27th, 2015
Hi, I'm looking at the Maxicrop Cal-sea-feed. I have chilli pepper plants that are showing signs of calcium deficiency. I'm thinking of buying this product - but I'm wondering if I'm too late. Do you know how long it takes to impact on the soil acidity? Many thanks, Romie
Answered by Andrew
on May 29th, 2015
Hi Ronnie. I think you might be a little late for cal sea feed. You would probably be better using a soluble calcium feed.
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