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Organic seaweed extract from the seaweed species
Ecklonia maxima


Scientific research has shown that Kelpak enhances root development with improved utilization of soil nutrients and fertilizers resulting in better top growth. Kelpak not only greatly improves crop yields, but also strengthens overall plant growth producing healthier crops with less disease problems and higher resistance to stress.

WHAT IS KELPAK
Kelpak is manufactured from freshly harvested seaweed using a unique process that does not involve the use of chemicals, freezing, heat or dehydration. This “cell burst” technique ensures that the delicate growth regulators are released in their natural active form. Kelpak should be used in conjunction with your normal fertilizer programme.

WHEN TO USE
Kelpak should be applied during the initial growth stages of crops. Trials have shown that Kelpak, when sprayed with herbicide, reduces plant setback/herbicide shock on cereals.

DIRECTIONS OF USE
Use only as directed. Shake well before use. Kelpak should not be applied in a spray solution with a pH above 7, never be more dilute than 1:500 and should not be applied more frequently than 14 days apart. Kelpak is compatible with most standard herbicides, insecticides and liquid fertilizers. When used through irrigation systems, Kelpak should be introduced during the last 10 minutes of irrigation, preventing dilution beyond 200 ml/100L water. For best results apply in conjunction with a wetter/sticker in the spray solution

Organic seaweed extract from the seaweed species


Dilute Kelpak in sufficient water and apply as per following calibrations:

CROPS RATE TIMING
Beans – Dry/Green 2 L/ha Spray at 3 to 4-leaf stage and repeat once or twice at 14 day intervals
Cereals 2 L/ha Spray at 4 to 5-leaf stage
Flowering and Ornamental Plants 1:100 dilution
1:400 dilution
Dip tray with seedlings in solution, or wet seedling tray/bag with watering can before transplant.
Spray at 14 days after emergence or plant-out.
Repeat 2 to 3 times at 21 to 28 day intervals.
Onions 1:100 dilution
2 L/ha
Dip tray with seedlings or roots of seedbed seedlings before transplant.
Spray 14 to 21 day after transplant or at 3 to 4-leaf. Stage for direct seeded plants.
Repeat foliar application twice at 14 to 21 days intervals.
Do not apply to onions after bulb swelling.
Potatoes 1:300 dilution Or
1 l/ha
2-4 L/ha
2 L/ha
Dip the seed potatoes before planting for approximately 5 minutes, or spray with fungicide on seeds in furrow with planting.
Spray after emergence with crown at 12-15cm diameter.
Spray again 12 to 14 days after first foliar application.
Rice
Sowed paddy field
Transplanted field
1:400 dilution
2 L/ha
2 L/ha
2 L/ha
Add to sanitary seed dip before sowing.
Spray at 14 to 28 days after emergence.
Spray seedbed when enough leaf surface emerged for leaf absorption.
Optional spray repeat 1 to 2 days before transplant.
Spray 14 to 21 days after transplant.
Roses
New planting

Enclosed production
Open production
1:500 dilution Apply drench to base of newly planted plants or pinched.
Plants at start of production cycle at 1L solution per m2 in flower bed and repeat after 14 days.
Spray 14 to 21 days after second drench.
Spray at start of growth and repeat 14 days later, repeat after 6 months.
Sugar Cane

New planting
Established fields
1:300 dilution
2 L/ha

2 L/ha
Dip the stalks of new plantings or spray stalks in furrow before covering.
Spray at 60 to 90 cm leaf length stage.

Spray at 60 to 90 cm leaf length stage.
Tomatoes &Capsicums
Chillies
Paprika
Peppers,sweet/bell
1:00 dilution
2 L/ha
Dip seedling tray in solution, or wet seedling tray before transplant.
Spray 14 days after transplant and repeat once or twice at 14 day intervals. Direct seeded plants receive first foliar application at the 4-leaf stage.
Vegetables
Transplanted seedlings
Directly sown
1:100 dilution
2-3 L/ha

2-3 L/ha
Dip tray with seedlings in solution, or wet with watering can before transplant.
Spray 14 days after transplant and repeat once or twice at 14 to 21 day intervals.

Spray at 3 to 5 leaf stage and repeat once or twice at 14 to 21 day intervals.