Thorvin Kelp Minerals for Plants - This is the best kelp on the market and it is certified organically grown for animals and is OMRI Listed for garden use. This Icelandic kelp is processed in a state of the art plant that is built on the edge of the fjord from which the kelp is harvested. Thorvin is literally in the bag within hours of being removed from the sea.
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Thorvin delivers more nutrients and value per pound, as verified by independent testing.
- One-third less moisture
- 30% more iodine
- Greater ash content
- Only kelp feed supplement with guaranteed selenium, zinc, copper, or cobalt
Your customers deserve the value they pay for and Thorvin delivers. A pound of Thorvin provides far more Iodine, 1/3 more total ash, 1/3 less moisture, and is the only kelp with a full range of guaranteed trace minerals.
This translates to that Thorvin could be worth at least 50% more per pound.
So, to summarize, why would you use Thorvin? Thorvin is harvested from some of the purest waters in the world and geothermally dried in such a way as to retain the most nutrients while having the lowest moisture content. Thorvin IS the World’s Finest Nutrients and as such, is actually a better value than other lower priced kelps on the market today.
Thorvin has over 30 years of experience with kelp. We love what we do and it shows in the quality of our product.
Rates: Animals :Thorvin delivers vital nutrients to your animals in a natural and easy-to-digest form. Blend at 1 to 2% of total feed ration or feed free choice. Great for cats, dogs, poultry, horses, sheep, goats, beef and dairy cows.
Plants: This 100% natural certified organically grown fertilizer is a slow release, non-burning mineralizer that improves the texture and fertility of your soil. Fertilize vegetables, fruit, lawns, ornamentals, trees and compost. Apply any time of the year either by broadcasting or lightly cultivating at 1 lbs. per 100 sq. ft., 5-11 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft., 200 - 400 lbs. per acre.