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Old 03-12-2015, 10:05 PM   #1
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Question Sea-90... Anyone use it?

Does anyone use Sea-90 or ocean water?
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Old 03-12-2015, 11:05 PM   #2
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http://www.seaagri.com/index.htm

It is ocean/sea salt, suppose to be full of trace minerals
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Old 03-14-2015, 01:51 PM   #3
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From their web site


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Scientists report that the major benefit of SEA-90ís minerals and trace elements is to stimulate, feed and enhance micro flora populations. Micro flora or micro biota live in the soil, on plant tissue, and in the digestive systems of all life forms.

Crop production benefits from enhanced micro flora populations include:

Enhanced nutrient uptake
Significantly improved flavor
Greater production and yields
Reduced days to harvest
Reduced transplant shock
Reduced drought stress
Reduced heat stress
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ummmmm,,,can i salt my Eggs with it. Lol
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ummmmm,,,can i salt my Eggs with it. Lol
They sell that too.
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Yummy.
Just messen wit ya Duck.
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Well I got my order today.

Does not look like any salt you would buy at a grocery store.
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I used a teaspoon per gallon in my bloom tea.

Will see what happens.
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Isn't this a sales pitch? Or cause scientists say it's true it's not?
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Old 03-24-2015, 04:05 PM   #10
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Duck, a bit off topic, but i buy something called Real Salt, it is pink and has a bit of sand in it...dirty salt. It is so much better then Mortons, can you say bleach?.. So, if it is like that i can see why it would be very beneficial.
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Stank.....Yes it is a sales pitch but it also has science behind it.
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Rose....Yeah this is not Mortens salt....This is unrefined in any way.
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I used a teaspoon per gallon in my bloom tea.

Will see what happens.
Was wondering what happened?
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Well it did not kill them. With this product it is all about diversity of the many different microbes it brings with it.
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Old 11-04-2015, 04:37 AM   #15
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good to see your still bringing all your skils to lend solid info! cheers duck
look up boogy brew in the usa west coaster that sells organic tea mixes and amendments and filters and sea 90 and talks a lot about it and azomite and rock dust,
hes a chatty dude and great guy, total hippy grower
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well duck dude? how is the grow? any pics?
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@ruffy, I have not taken any pics for awhile of my grows.

I still use Sea 90, not a fert/nute so no way to really tell if it is doing anything, but is not hurting them either, just adds 80 thousand different minerials and trace elements to the soil.
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Old 07-21-2017, 03:11 AM   #18
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I use this product. Good stuff. From Black Lake Organics. I use their soil and sea crop.. Thats it.. Nothing else.. Results always exceed expectations... Easy peasy..
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