Glowing healthy plants with Aca­dia sea­weed, now of­fered at Jardin des Trou­vailles!

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Aca­dia sea­weed liq­uid fer­til­izer is very ef­fec­tive, ver­sa­tile and ide­ally suited to all plants: in­door and out­door plants, gar­dens, flower beds of all kinds, shrubs, trees, fruit trees, roses and even cedar hedges and conifers. This prod­uct con­tains be­tween 50 and 60 mi­cronu­tri­ents and nat­u­ral growth pro­mot­ers to sup­ply all the nu­tri­tional needs of the plant. It's a breeze to use Aca­dia sea­weed: just sprin­kle a fine mist onto the leaves or add fer­til­izer to the ir­ri­ga­tion wa­ter (read in­struc­tions on la­bel).

En­joy these three ben­e­fits

Soak your seeds (1 hour) in the sea­weed so­lu­tion be­fore plant­ing, or wa­ter co­pi­ously the seeds in the fur­row. Soak the roots of your tomato plants be­fore trans­plant­ing. Spray Aca­dia sea­weed on the fo­liage of your plants or veg­eta­bles, es­pe­cially dur­ing pe­ri­ods of growth (bud, flower and fruit).

And what re­sults!

In­creased bi­o­log­i­cal ac­tiv­ity Stim­u­la­tion of seed ger­mi­na­tion In­creased root de­vel­op­ment Re­duced trans­plant shock In­creased flow­er­ing Bet­ter re­sis­tance to cli­matic stress, in­sects and dis­eases

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