WHS Seaweed Fertiliser Range

WHS Liquid Seaweed Fertiliser Range

CASSA Wild Harvested Seaweed Liquid Fertiliser uses 100% local Wild Harvested Seaweed. This liquid fertiliser contains almost every micro-nutrient in a fully chelated (immediately available) form. The WHS Liquid Seaweed is also loaded with carbohydrates which plants use as a building block. Numerous beneficial micro-organisms also use carbohydrates as a food source (especially the alginates in the seaweed) that act as soil conditioners. Seaweed also contains Alginic Acid and Mannitol, which are carbohydrates with chelating ability. Chelates are large organic molecules which encircle and hold trace elements enabling plants to effectively absorb micro- nutrients that are generally in ‘unavailable’ forms. The alginates react with metals in the soil and form long, cross-linked polymers, these polymers improve the crumbling in the soil, swell up when they get wet and retain moisture for long periods.Our liquid seaweed fertilizer range are all free-flowing organic liquid. They are easy to decant into mixing and irrigation tanks and are guaranteed to pass easily through all forms of spray equipment, which means no more spray nozzle blockages and wasted downtime. The improved efficiency of our easy flow fertilizers means our products are rapidly absorbed and deliver the nutrients evenly. WHS Liquid Seaweed Fertilizer is a completely natural organic product.

100% Wild Harvested Australian Seaweed

Certified Organic (ACO Cert. No. 13356)

Carbon Quality high level organic Carbon supports the soil to store moisture and assists a higher biological activity in treated soils. Carbon components in fertilisers provide the germinating plant with better access to nutrients. Together these factors generate greater plant yields and nutrient cycling. Bio-active carbon improves nitrogen fertiliser efficiency and ecological sustainability. The use of carbon fertilisers stimulate beneficial soil microbes naturally present in the soil to correct any imbalance with pathogenic microbes. Carbon can minimise nutrient losses due to leeching and reduce the adverse effects of salinity and acidity that can result from the application of conventional chemical fertilisers. The addition of carbon can also improve soil structure and support and maintain the optimal nutrient levels in the soil for longer. Carbon fertilisers added to the soil stimulate greater plant root development due to the natural release of beneficial additions including vitamins, enzymes and plant hormones which results in boosted plant growth and increased profitability. 

( Available in convenient 20L Drums and bulk 200L Drums and 1000L IBCs. )