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Get 10% increase in yield on irrigated corn, clover in pastures and hay yields with Sea Minerals

Sea Minerals FA works as a soil fertility supplement that re-mineralizes the soil through the plants. It comes from processing very clean, off-shore sea water and contains 85 or more minerals and trace minerals in the same proportions that those same minerals occur in the blood of healthy animals.

In addition to the positive impact sea minerals have on the plants and land, it is a much less expensive alternative to commercial fertilizer. The farmer can fertilize an acre for $8 per application with a suggestion of 3 applications per year for $24 per acre per year. It is applied as a foliar spray on green plants. Not only is it a cheaper method, but Sea Minerals FA has a lasting positive effect on the microbes and earthworms in the soil. Sea Mineral nutrients stay in the soil from year to year and build and enhance the soil. It is OMRI listed for organic use.

Sea Minerals FA can be used without any other fertilizer with good results. It can also be mixed with other ingredients, such as weed killers, fertilizers or compost tea in the sprayer.

Sea Minerals FA also makes great free-choice mineral for cattle. Cows will consume one pound per month on average. They will not require any other mineral or salt for a savings of over 50 percent. It has been shown to decrease somatic cell count in dairy cattle. It plays a key role in producing better quality milk and butcher beef. The cows and calves stay healthier.

Check for field trial results and more details. For more information, call 479-524-8921.

Date: 9/09/2013


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