Seaweed Extract For Orchids

  1. Mix the fish emulsion and seaweed extract together in the container
  2. Pour the mix into a jar or bottle. Seal it tightly, label it, and store it in a cool, dark place, like a basement storage cabinct.
  3. To use, add 3 tablespoons of starter solution to I gallon of water. Use as a soil
Fish Sea Weed

Keep seedlings growing strong by misting them with starter solution every 2 weeks. The light mist from the spray bottle won't disturb roots or leaves like the heavy stream from a watering can would.

drench at transplanting time or as a spray for foliar (leaf) feeding.

Yield; I cup of fertilizer concentrate

If you don't have the ingredients to make a fish emulsion-seaweed extract starter solution, you can substitute compost or manure, Don't use manure tea or manure-based compost tea to provide a nutrient boost for your fruit or vegetable crops, since there's a chance manure can carry E. coli bacteria.

To make compost or manure tea, fill a large trash can or other waterproof container one-eighth full of compost or manure. Then fill the container to the top with water. Allow the mixture to steep for a day or two, stirring several times during this period. Dip off the liquid and dilute it with water to a light amber color.

Water each transplant with clear water, then pour about a cup of this solution around the base of each plant. Repeat at 10- to 14-day intervals.

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