Is Sea Green Worth 325$ A Gallon?

been using sea green and have to decide if i should run it in a large flower room, at 2-3ml a gal the bottle does not go a long way. was gunna buy a gallon and then i saw the price tag. Can anyone vouch for this product? is a gallon worth the price tag of $325-350?? what kind of results do you get with sea green opposed to without sea green?
Same as you see from adding compost tea, humic acid, wetting agents, amino acids, chelation agents, plant hormones, fulvic acids, antibiotics and ph regulators. Yeah. It may be the only product which is worth the price tag in this market. Weed growers have been paying too much for watered down ag products. Sea Green is actually used in comercial agriculture to grow berries, tomatoes, wheat, corn and soy etc. if it’s cost effective for commercial ag, then it easily makes sense for your average growers. Basically, sea green is just all the other stuff in the store besides Npk which Other companies put into 12 other bottles. It contains only ingredients which meet Federal Organic standards and have been proven in commercial ag. The product was developed over a couple of decades through in field testing. It’s also the only product where the soil was tested for 8 years proving that it can increase fertility over time. This company has litterally done more in field testing on their product than any company I have ever seen. Most companies do only 3-6 month studies on yield. None I have seen test soil fertility before and after. Is it worth it? If not. Nothing you can buy is.
 
So how do you have living lactobacillus cultures in a sealed bottle because if I sealed the jar my kombucha is in it would explode and that's a mason jar? How does the fermentation stop without killing the bacteria?
From what Joseph says (Primordial’s Formulator) It does not stop. It slows. Their are numerous mechanisms to induce dormancy in micro-organisms. Bacteria and fungi have developed survival mechanisms to survive through drought, flood, heat waves, freezing temperatures even exposure to space. The mechanism for inducing dormancy is different for each species as I understand. Many processes overlap, however, the answer to this is not simple nor does the company wish to disclose it. The head scientist is a self studied mad scientist type. He’s actually invented quite a few different products and devices. The few I have seen are pretty incredible. Las time I saw him, he was burning hydrogen he freed from water with stationary magnets. I’ve met him a couple of times. He’s a little socially awkward, kind, a little odd, and always experimenting in his lab. Don’t ask a question unless you want a discertaion on the subject. His product is the only thing I have been able to grow berries with successfully in Oxnard. I knew people used it for weed, but in my area, it’s more used on berries. Been growing weed with it since January.
 
They talk a good talk. But then post shitty side by side fern pics where one is sitting in a taller pot,making it look bigger I guess?

Most of these inoculat products get their bacteria from the end user the moment he opens the bottle. Same with kefir grains. Buy them living and have kefir ferments, or buy them in a bottle and have ferments via environmental pickups. If it's not growin its dead. At least it's in liquid form. Bottles must be carbonated. Once they offer a powder we can group them in with the rest lol.
 

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They talk a good talk. But then post shitty side by side fern pics where one is sitting in a taller pot,making it look bigger I guess?

Most of these inoculat products get their bacteria from the end user the moment he opens the bottle. Same with kefir grains. Buy them living and have kefir ferments, or buy them in a bottle and have ferments via environmental pickups. If it's not growin its dead. At least it's in liquid form. Bottles must be carbonated. Once they offer a powder we can group them in with the rest lol.
Would you like a sample? Look under a microscope and observe the morphology and try it yourself on some plants. I'm not going to try to sell you on it. It works and sells itself. DM me and I'll get you a sample to try yourself.
 
been using sea green and have to decide if i should run it in a large flower room, at 2-3ml a gal the bottle does not go a long way. was gunna buy a gallon and then i saw the price tag. Can anyone vouch for this product? is a gallon worth the price tag of $325-350?? what kind of results do you get with sea green opposed to without sea green?
 
I don't think so at all. With proper feeding same results can be achieved at such lower costs in my opinion not viable. Compost teas and using soluble kelp with provide similar results for pennys
 
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I don't think so at all. With proper feeding same results can be achieved at such lower costs in my opinion not viable. Compost teas and using soluble kelp with provide similar results for pennys
Seagreen is already cheap. At $60 for a 16oz bottle, you're paying(rounded up) 13 cents a ml, which is an effective dose. You can use seagreen @ 1ml, every 3 days and achieve maximum results with it. That's 10 dosed gallons a month for $1.30USD. That is comparable to powder everything that's in seagreen which is, kelp, humic, microbes, yucca, fish emulsion, molasses. That's a mega simplified list also. It is absolutely worth its price and while obviously you can achieve its results in more time, for some, shortening veg time by half is invaluable. Having all your additives in one bottle for a fair price is just easier also. Any base nutrient +seagreen = using everything a plant needs and all the scientifically proven additives in two bottles. The npk would probably be about double the cost of the seagreen per month, more if you're using a newage cannabis made regime. Seagreen is effective at 1ml/gallon. Seagreen costs 13 cents a gallon at full price that can be found for less. You don't even need to use a lot either. You can stretch that gallon by watering without runoff also. It's worth it's price imo by ingredients alone.
 
Seagreen is already cheap. At $60 for a 16oz bottle, you're paying(rounded up) 13 cents a ml, which is an effective dose. You can use seagreen @ 1ml, every 3 days and achieve maximum results with it. That's 10 dosed gallons a month for $1.30USD. That is comparable to powder everything that's in seagreen which is, kelp, humic, microbes, yucca, fish emulsion, molasses. That's a mega simplified list also. It is absolutely worth its price and while obviously you can achieve its results in more time, for some, shortening veg time by half is invaluable. Having all your additives in one bottle for a fair price is just easier also. Any base nutrient +seagreen = using everything a plant needs and all the scientifically proven additives in two bottles. The npk would probably be about double the cost of the seagreen per month, more if you're using a newage cannabis made regime. Seagreen is effective at 1ml/gallon. Seagreen costs 13 cents a gallon at full price that can be found for less. You don't even need to use a lot either. You can stretch that gallon by watering without runoff also. It's worth
 
I am a commercial farmer and in scale of economy, I do not agree, everyone is entitled to there opinion. I've tried all there products, sea green is the only one I even thought could be worth buying. I can make something, in my opinion much cheaper and more effective. It depends I guess on scale your growing. Check out Korean natural farming for ideas with 100$ spent per acre for fertilization and pest control. For 22k sq ft cost must be evaluated, while quality not compensated. Let just say Sea green is not for me! Cheers
 
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I am a commercial farmer and in scale of economy, I do not agree, everyone is entitled to there opinion. I've tried all there products, sea green is the only one I even thought could be worth buying. I can make something, in my opinion much cheaper and more effective. It depends I guess on scale your growing. Check out Korean natural farming for ideas with 100$ spent per acre for fertilization and pest control. For 22k sq ft cost must be evaluated, while quality not compensated. Let just say Sea green is not for me! Cheers
Yeah, I'm not saying it's right for every application. Anyone with a farming license could use natural, comparable, inputs for less with some labor. That doesn't effect if it's worth it's price or not really though. I would say up to a small greenhouse size grow it would be absolutely worth it to buy a drum of seagreen annually. Is it worth it to water a farm with seagreen? No, it's probably not. Is seagreen worth its price? Absolutely. You cannot make as good as product for as cheap without an ag license or buying large quantities. For anyone looking to use these additives on anything but a farm, it is absolutely worth its price.
 
Yeah, I'm not saying it's right for every application. Anyone with a farming license could use natural, comparable, inputs for less with some labor. That doesn't effect if it's worth it's price or not really though. I would say up to a small greenhouse size grow it would be absolutely worth it to buy a drum of seagreen annually. Is it worth it to water a farm with seagreen? No, it's probably not. Is seagreen worth its price? Absolutely. You cannot make as good as product for as cheap without an ag license or buying large quantities. For anyone looking to use these additives on anything but a farm, it is absolutely worth its price.
 

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I don't think so at all. With proper feeding same results can be achieved at such lower costs in my opinion not viable. Compost teas and using soluble kelp with provide similar results for pennys
I totally understand your need to keep cost down. We do have commercial ag rates. A five gallon bucket for approved commercial buyers is $1077. The application rate for scale is 16oz to 32oz per acre. So as you're doing a half acre, you'd use 8 to 16oz per application. That is $13 to $27 per application. Most commercial crops (which feed less than Cannabis) do two applications per year, and generally people feed cannabis more so one could benefit from using more Sea Green in that case. Either way, it's actually incredibly cost effective for commercial farmers which is why many strawberry, corn, soy and other farmers use it. Two applications per year is $54 per acre in most cases.

I'm truly not trying to sell you on it as much as I'm responding so others reading the thread are aware of the facts and how to use with scaled operations.
 
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I totally understand your need to keep cost down. We do have commercial ag rates. A five gallon bucket for approved commercial buyers is $1077. The application rate for scale is 16oz to 32oz per acre. So as you're doing a half acre, you'd use 8 to 16oz per application. That is $13 to $27 per application. Most commercial crops (which feed less than Cannabis) do two applications per year, and generally people feed cannabis more so one could benefit from using more Sea Green in that case. Either way, it's actually incredibly cost effective for commercial farmers which is why many strawberry, corn, soy and other farmers use it. Two applications per year is $54 per acre in most cases.

I'm truly not trying to sell you on it as much as I'm responding so others reading the thread are aware of the facts and how to use with scaled operations.
My bad then. My post was rough, but this makes it irrelevant. Thanks for the information. You are, as usual, doing a thorough job. That's good to know and I will keep this information handy in case this comes up again. I appreciate what you do.
 
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Well I just sprayed sea green on all my mother plants /seedlings (1ml per gal) and drenched 1ml rate 50 gals on my flowering room ( sucks i’m On my 8th week and it’s last feedings , but maybe it will help )

Anyways I will tell my input on sea green once I have valid experience with it ( excited/yay)
 
An interesting thing i noted when i first used sea green was that on the second night after application in my small room the quality of the air in the room was noticeably changed. I think it was mostly the effect of CO2 released by the biology that was carried into my media by watering in SeaGreen.

I have a couple plants about week 7 using both Soil Balance Pro and Sea Green. I think both products are effective. I'll put up some pics soon.
 
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An interesting thing i noted when i first used sea green was that on the second night after application in my small room the quality of the air in the room was noticeably changed. I think it was mostly the effect of CO2 released by the biology that was carried into my media by watering in SeaGreen.

I have a couple plants about week 7 using both Soil Balance Pro and Sea Green. I think both products are effective. I'll put up some pics soon.
It’s the decomposers beneficials

Like what em1 does ( I also make that beneficial )



You can even drink em1 , clean with it, make your compost faster and they have even cleaned rivers contamination/smells with it lol, I noitice every time if I have my organic “smell” in my Rez, just add some em1 and then it’s gone and battled lol (sorry for off topic but love bennies )
 
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