Kelpene Plant Extract Solutions
PLANT EXTRACT SOLUTIONS
Kelpene® applications have been shown to support plant health, improve nutrient uptake, encourage robust root development and increase yields.
Plants become more resilient and adaptive to periods of environmental stress, such as high heat, intense sunlight, shade, un-expected cold, drought, salinity, anaerobic conditions and water stress, etc.
What are KELPENE Products?
KELPENE products are blends of sea kelp extracts, and, plant extracts, primarily terpenes, derived via a unique proprietary extraction process. KELPENE plant extracts are derived from plants that have thrived in diverse environmental conditions.
Benefits of KELPENE Products
- Establish environmental adaptability
- Improve stress management
- Increase plant resilience
- Higher yields
- Increase root mass and root tips
- Improve nutrient uptake
- Enhance tissue responsiveness
- Elevate Nutrient Use Efficiency
- Enable better allocation of plant energy
- Nourish plants and soil microbes with organic carbon
- Fortify plants with naturally occuring phyto-hormones
Field Crops: Soil apply 10 ounces Kelpene CSW per acre in-furrow. Foliar apply 5 to 10 ounces per acre as soon as possible after emergence and then again in 30 – 45 days.
Produce (Single Harvest): Apply 7 – 14 ounces of KelpeneGPX per acre to transplant water. Make 3 – 5 foliar applications of 7 – 10 ounces per acre every 2 – 3 weeks starting within 2 weeks of transplant or emergence.
Produce (Multiple Harvest): Apply 7 – 14 ounces of KelpeneGPX per acre to transplant water. Make 3 – 8 foliar applications of 14 ounces per acre every 2-3 weeks, starting within 2 weeks of transplant or emergence.
Leafy Greens: Apply 7 – 14 ounces of Kelpene GPX per acre to transplant water. Make 3 – 5 foliar applications at 10 ounces per acre every 2 – 3 weeks starting within 2 weeks of transplant or emergence. Do NOT apply after mid-season.
Fruit Trees and Bush Crops: Foliar apply 10 – 15 ounces of KelpeneGPX 3 – 5 times per season, beginning just before or right after bloom, and follow up with 1 – 2 early season applications, 1 – 2 mid-season applications and 1 late season application.
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