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.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?