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Seasol Fertiliser Seaweed Concentrate

Seasol, a liquid seaweed extract used as a plant tonic.

Seasol is a gardening product that I’ve been using for years and as far as I’m concerned it’s my No 1 gardening accessory. It’s made from seaweed extract and it’s basically a tonic (not a fertiliser) for plants.


Why Use Seasol Seaweed Solution?

Seasol Concentrate Liquid Fertiliser All Purpose Seaweed Solution

Seasol Seaweed Solution

It helps make your plants more resistant to pests, frost, heat and other elements and can also be used when planting and transplanting plants. I put it to the test when transplanting my Grevillea Caloundra Gem a few years ago and I’m certain that if it wasn’t for the Seasol the plant would have died.

I use Seasol on all of my plants and even use it on my back lawn. As far as I’m concerned, if you're going to use just one gardening product in your garden this is the one.

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