Title: Five ways to Use Seasol in the garden for spring
Broadcast: 25th October
If you’re looking to give your garden a real boost this spring then an organic seaweed plant tonic like Seasol is just what you’re looking for.
- One of the things it’s really good for is reducing transplant shock, it helps ease plants into their new home and get them off to a flying start by promoting a strong healthy root growth.
- It stimulates beneficial soil micro-organisms which create rich, living soil.
- It’s good for preparing your plants warm days ahead, toughening plants from the inside out and helps to make them more resilient to heat and drought.
- Plants treated regularly are slower to wilt in the heat and stand up better to dry conditions – so you get a stunning looking garden even through the hotter months.