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  • Is Age Old Seaweed odorless?

    Created by tommy on

    Hey guys I was wanting to know if the age old kelp is really odorless? I grow outdoors in a rural area and I don’t have access to hydro stores where I can go in and smell this stuff. I need to make sure that it doesn’t have a stink to it bc if I water my plants with this stuff and its got the ocean, fish or rotten smell to it then the critters will dig up my plants.

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    E. Vinje
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    Tommy –

    You should be fine with the Age Old Kelp. Just good old fashioned organic goodness in there. And, because it’s a seaweed concentrate, there’s no smelly protein source — like fish — to attract your four legged friends.

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