What Every Gardener Should Know About Heat Stress

    What is heat stress? Heat stress can be understood as when the temperature of the environment of a plant is high for a period of time sufficient enough to cause irreversible damage to its the life and development. Even the slightest increase in temperature can be detrimental to the growth and progression of…

How Young Plants Can Survive the Early Spring Heat

The early winter months of 2018 feel like they lasted a lifetime but finally, here we are in the dawn of spring. We can imagine many gardeners have already planted out their flowers, fruits and vegetables with great joy, after the unexpected snow and frost in late march which dragged out the winter season. So…

Why Seafeed Xtra Goes Beyond Your Average Seaweed Fertiliser

  Seaweed, historically, has been used as a gardening soil enhancer and is a great source of nutrients for plants. It’s known to be rich in trace elements such as zinc, iron, nitrogen and 57 other minerals that plants only require a small amount of for their general intake. Acting as a growth stimulant, it’s…

The Simplest Way to Protect Your Plants from Heat

Physical Plant Protection Is Past Its Prime British weather is some of the most changeable in the world. While we don’t have a lot of ‘extreme’ weather, it’s nearly impossible to accurately predict, which can make life very difficult for gardeners. That’s why we have so many physical methods of protecting our plants. Plant blankets…

Featured Product – SeaFeed Xtra

SeaFeed Xtra is not your average seaweed fertiliser. Whilst it may appear to be at first glance, it contains almost double the amount of solid seaweed than its closest competition. We have also added extra micronutrients, extra Urea, extra Iron & extra Amino Acids to really improve the performance or our seaweed fertiliser. A unique…

Liquid Seaweed Fertiliser Benefits

History Of Seaweed Fertiliser Seaweed has been used for centuries, mainly in coastal areas, as a natural way to improve the condition and fertility of soil. As well as containing several useful plant nutrients such as nitrogen, potassium, phosphate and magnesium, seaweed also contains several trace nutrients that are essential to improving a plants health….