Enriching Home Gardens with Seaweed Creme® Organic Liquid Formula

Aug 23, 2017

BioFlora’s concentrated product builds roots for stronger growth and development of plants for more buds, flowers and fruits.

PHOENIX, AZ (August 23, 2017) – BioFlora nurtures the partnership between plants and soil through biological solutions, which have been proven to stimulate crop yield and quality in a sustainable, natural way. Proven in agriculture, BioFlora products are now available for home gardeners to experience enriched soils and beautiful plants in their own backyard. A favorite to farmers and avid gardeners for years is our Seaweed Creme, a growth stimulant which harnesses the power of Ascophyllum nodosum seaweed and its ability to facilitate root growth and stimulate cell division.

To ensure Seaweed Creme contains the maximum amount of plant growth hormones, vitamins and amino acids, BioFlora hand-harvests, sun-dries, and homogenizes the whole plant in a patented, certified organic process. This process carefully preserves all of seaweed’s essential elements to produce the highest quality, organic product. The homogenization process filters the seaweed to produce a soluble liquid that can be applied through any irrigation system. BioFlora’s addition of patented ionic minerals enhances plant nutrient uptake and also improves the efficacy of Seaweed Creme.

Gardeners can benefit from adding this nutrient-rich seaweed to increase abundant blooms and fruits, resist pests and the use of pesticides, and promote lush, healthier plants for their home or small commercial garden. Seaweed has been known as an effective amendment in fruit, vegetable and flower fields for over 800 years. [1] Dozens of experiments show seaweed’s effectiveness in as a growth stimulant for producing larger roots and stronger plants that resist drought, frost and stress[2].

BioFlora has formulated Seaweed Creme to contain maximum levels of natural growth hormones such as auxins, cytokinins and gibberellins to develop larger root systems and earlier production for increased photosynthesis, buds, flowering and fruit sets. Growth hormones from Seaweed Creme help the plant transition from vegetative growth to reproductive growth for developing more fruit. Seaweed Creme can be used many times during the gardening season: prior to planting to improve seed germination; early in the growing season to stimulate growth; at budding and flowering to improve yields; after bloom; and 2 weeks before harvest to increase the freshness of fruits and vegetables.

Seaweed Creme can be applied as a foliar spray or a side dressing, every 2-3 weeks for optimum nourishment. As a foliar treatment, apply Seaweed Creme through a hose-end spray to provide the nutrients straight to the leaf and stem tissues, quickly delivering nutrients and immediate results. As a soil treatment, Seaweed Creme feeds the microorganism population that assist in the release of nutrients in the soil, improving both the soil and plant health.

Seaweed Creme is a concentrated product and has been found to be one of the finest seaweed products in the world. Visit BioFlora and find out more about Seaweed Creme and their other lawn and garden products for building sustainable and fertile soils that enhance plant growth and development.

About BioFlora

BioFlora is a division of Global Organics® Group (GOG), an international life sciences company that develops and manufactures proprietary organic and sustainable plant nutrition products and natural ionic minerals for human and animal health. For more than 40 years GOG and its BioFlora® business have been committed to preserving the earth’s ecosystem while providing superior plant nutrient systems.

Located in Goodyear, Arizona, USA, GOG is able to serve customers both locally and globally with the use of Green Acres, its 1,200 acre research farm, as well as its USDA Permitted Integrated Life Science Research Center® (ILSRC).  For more information about Global Organics® Group, or to interview CEO and Managing Partner Luke Blotsky, please contact Sarah Van Wyk at svanwyk@globalorganicsgroup.com. Visit www.globalorganicsgroup.com.

 

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[1]http://naturalknowledge247.com/seaweed-a-brief-history/

[2]http://www.chemikinternational.com/year-2013/year-2013-issue-7/seaweed-extracts-as-biostimulants-of-plant-growth-review/