Seagrow – A natural rooting powder

Seagrow“, Seagrow consists of over 60 different minerals elements, natural growth promoter regulators such as cytokinins, auxin-like, gibberellins, betaines, mannitol, organic acids, polysaccharides, amino acids, proteins, and molecules that acts as a soil conditioners. It is an excellent eco friendly and economical way to ensure availability of all most all kinds micro-nutrients and to any kind of plant. A healthy plant is less susceptible to stress and disease. Seagrow is 100% water soluble and is suitable for conventional foliar and irrigation applications.

Recommended dose:
1. Foliar application: 1 gm / L
2. Soil application: 2 gm / L (not more than 1 kg / Acre)
3. Drip irrigation: 2 gm / L (not more than 1 kg / Acre)

Dilution & Usage:
1. Foliar spray
2. Soil Application.
3. Seed treatment
4. Root dipping
5. Fertigation
6. To make your own formulations

Shelf Life
Three Year

Packing
10 gm pouch , 50 gm pouch , 250 gm pouch and 1 kg

Which crop used:-

  • Cereals
  • Sunflower
  • Linseed Caster
  • Cotton
  • Sugarcane
  • Vegetable
  • Fruit
  • Tea
  • Coffee etc

Most plant cutting do not have root system of their own, which is why they are more likely to die from dehydration if the proper conditions are not met. They require a moist medium, which, however, cannot be too wet lest the cutting rot. This is where Seagrow is used in the process, including but not limited including but not limited to soil, perlite, vermiculite, coir, rock wool, expanded clay pellets, and even water given the right conditions. Some plants form roots much more easily. Most succulent cuttings can be left on a table and small roots will form, and some other plants can form roots from having their cuttings placed in a cup of water.