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Kelp Meal 1-0.1-2

Down To Earth Kelp Meal 1-0.1-2 Fertilizer
Down To Earth Kelp Meal is pure Ascophyllum nodosum seaweed from the clean, cold waters of the North Atlantic Ocean. Hand-harvested, carefully dried and finely milled, our Kelp Meal is an excellent natural source of Potash and is ideal for early Spring or Fall application.

5 lb Box

OMRI Listed (Organic Materials Review Institute)
CDFA Listed (Registered Organic Input Material)

Kelp Meal 1-0.1-2

Kelp Meal 1-0.1-2

$99.99

Down To Earth Kelp Meal 1-0.1-2 Fertilizer
Down To Earth Kelp Meal is pure Ascophyllum nodosum seaweed from the clean, cold waters of the North Atlantic Ocean. Hand-harvested, carefully dried and finely milled, our Kelp Meal is an excellent natural source of Potash and is ideal for early Spring or Fall application.

20 lb Bag

OMRI Listed (Organic Materials Review Institute)
CDFA Listed (Registered Organic Input Material)

Kelp Meal 1-0.1-2

Kelp Meal 1-0.1-2

$219.99

Down To Earth Kelp Meal 1-0.1-2 Fertilizer
Down To Earth Kelp Meal is pure Ascophyllum nodosum seaweed from the clean, cold waters of the North Atlantic Ocean. Hand-harvested, carefully dried and finely milled, our Kelp Meal is an excellent natural source of Potash and is ideal for early Spring or Fall application.

50 lb Bag

OMRI Listed (Organic Materials Review Institute)
CDFA Listed (Registered Organic Input Material)

Kelp Meal 1-0.1-2

Kelp Meal 1-0.1-2

$4.99

Down To Earth Kelp Meal 1-0.1-2 Fertilizer
Down To Earth Kelp Meal is pure Ascophyllum nodosum seaweed from the clean, cold waters of the North Atlantic Ocean. Hand-harvested, carefully dried and finely milled, our Kelp Meal is an excellent natural source of Potash and is ideal for early Spring or Fall application.

.5 lb Box

OMRI Listed (Organic Materials Review Institute)
CDFA Listed (Registered Organic Input Material)

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