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 Post subject: Fertilizer: seaweed based food
PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2005 6:59 pm 
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... I also feed them every other week in the summer into the crown with dilute seaweed based food


Baby Bio...? Do you have this brand of 10:4:2 liquid plant food in
Germany? It's extremely common here in the UK - even big supermarkets
sell it, as well as most florists, hardware shops and all garden
centres. It's made from harvesting kelp seaweed. I use it in a
deliberately over-diluted concentration for my sporelings (and, mixed
even weaker, as a foliar spray for my orchids). PBI, the manufacturers,
also produce outdoor versions in stronger concentrations and bigger

Steve - Brighton, UK

Can someone tell if this fertilizer in Austria (or Germany) is available?


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