Seafeed Seaweed & Poultry Manure Plant Feed & Natural Fertilizer
We all know chicken manure pellets are an excellent source of nitrogen for the plants in our vegetable garden. Nitrogen is the element responsible for green, leafy growth and so is what you want for crops like cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, kale and spinach. Seafeed goes a few steps further by mixing free range poultry manure, fish, seaweed and humic acid to create the best natural fertilizer pellet available. This is the best all-round natural pellet fertilizer we're come across and is a vital part of our garden toolkit; highly recommended. Seafeed was formerly available on our site as Seamungus.
Seafeed undergoes a unique composting process which has been designed to stabilise the nutrient content and to maximise the availability of those nutrients. The finished pellets are guaranteed to be free of any pathogens, parasites and weed seeds.
Vegetable plants take a lot of nutrients from your garden soil and as we remove the vegetables and eat them, very little of these valuable elements are returned to your garden. The benefits of adding organic materials to your garden are well known, with seaweed being recognised as one of the top performers. Seaweed contains naturally occurring growth stimulants as well as a very broad range of essential minerals and trace elements which are used in the growth of strong, healthy plants.
Choose Your Size
We Supply our Seafeed plant food in 2 different size buckets; 4kg and 10kg. Please choose the required one using the Bucket Size Tab above.
Why is seaweed so beneficial?
Seaweed has been used for centuries by Celtic and Scandinavian people as a soil improver, in fact in many cases (the Aran Islands off the West coast of Ireland for example) the soil has been entirely built on a seaweed base.
The sea is very rich in minerals, and as the seaweed grows it absorbs minerals in its plant tissues. These are then released and made available to plants when the seaweed is broken down. Scientists have found in seaweeds a veritable soup of plant-growth stimulants, vitamins, chelating agents, trace minerals, enzymes, and amino acids - all of which influence the growth of plants in different ways.
Studies have shown that seaweed can produce dramatic results in plants, including a 40 percent increase in yield from cucumbers and potatoes. Plants have been seen to have better frost tolerance, increased seed germination and a greater ability to absorb trace elements. Plants also seem to suffer less transplant shock because of the growth hormones contained in seaweed, so it's handy as a liquid feed before planting out vegetable seedlings.
Manufactured from fish, seaweed, humic acid and manure
Analysis (dry weight basis)
Nitrogen (N) as Organic 4.0
Phosphorus (P) as Citrate Soluble 1.0
Potassium (K) as Organic 1.5
Sulphur (S) as Organic 1.0
Calcium (Ca) as Organic 5.0
Magnesium (Mg) as Organic 0.8
Iron (Fe) as Organic 0.5
Manganese (Mn) as Organic 0.045
Zinc (Zn) as Organic 0.03
Copper (Cu) as Organic 0.0075
Boron (B) as Organic 0.04
Molybdenum (Mo) as Organic 0.0003
Water Holding Capacity 60- 70%
Humic Acid 4 - 6%
Organic matter 60 - 65%
This is lovely stuff! made from from poultry manure & seaweed. A very easy to handle and effective soil improver for all soil types. Much more bang for your buck than standard chicken manure pellets. Health tonic for plants. Manufactured from seaweed, fish, humic acid and manure. A full range of plant nutrients in a natural form. Suitable for all plants including natives and is ideal for establishing new plants, particularly bare-rooted roses and vegetable plants.
Only needs to be applied every 6-8 weeks.
Vegetables 200g per m².
Potatoes 250g per m².
Lawns 100g per m².
Planting Fruit 250g per plant mixed through soil around planting hole.
Beds and Borders 200g per m² raked into soil in spring and autumn.