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Derived from fresh Norwegian kelp (Ascophyllum nodosum), Maxicrop Liquid Seaweed contains over 70 minerals, micronutrients, amino acids and vitamins. Used for years by organic farmers for its many plant health benefits. Also, encourages tolerance to plant stresses such as frost, pests, disease and drought.

Note: The EPA has recently decided that liquid seaweed must be registered as a plant growth regulator (PGR). Registration is both time-consuming and expensive, and requires additional testing if the product is used in food production. As a result, this manufacturer — and many others — have placed the following statement on their labels “This product is not intended for agricultural use on any food crops.” while they work through the application process.

Available in quart, gallon and 2.5 gallon sizes.


Soaking Seeds & Bulbs: Soak overnight in solution of 3 Tbsp/ gallon of water. After planting, water with 3 Tbsp/ gallon of water.

Seedlings: Mix 3 Tbsp/ gallon and water every week.

Cuttings & Rootings: Place in heavy solution overnight using 6 Tbsp/ gallon of water. Water with 3 Tbsp/ gallon of water.

Vegetables, Fruits, Outdoor Plants, Flowers & Potted Plants: Mix 3 Tbsp/ gallon of water and apply every week.

Lawn: Spray solution of 6 Tbsp/ gallon of water (to cover 1,000 sq. ft.) per month (minimum 5 applications per season).

Indoor Plants: Water with solution of 3 Tbsp/ gallon of water every week.

Grower’s Tip:
Research has shown that Maxicrop increases root growth by 60%. This gives your plants the foundation for bigger, better quality fruits and vegetables and more prolific blooms. It also makes plants more resistant to stresses.

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