The MARAPHYL Soil Enhancer solution is a marine phytoplankton fertilizer that is organic and free from harsh toxins. "This concentrated liquid contains an abundance of nutrients, vitamins and minerals from the marine phytoplankton, and it’s recommended for use only on household plants, urban/veggies gardens, lawns, golf courses and greenhouses."
Completely pesticide-free, this product boasts a combination of potassium, nitrogen and phosphorus -- all essential in the healthy growth of plants and is a rich source of magnesium and calcium. The product features marine phytoplankton that is harvested in Vancouver Island, British Columbia and helps to replenish soil while naturally enhances plant health.
This is all accomplished without harsh chemicals agents which can aid plant growth while being damaging to a plant's surrounding environment and to those consuming it.
The MARAPHYL Soil Enhancer is Made in Vancouver Island Canada
1. Organic Fertilizers - The trend of organic fertilizers made from sustainable sources can disrupt the traditional fertilizer industry and benefit environmentally-conscious consumers.
2. Plant-based Nutrient Sources - The trend of using plant-based nutrient sources like marine phytoplankton can disrupt the animal-based nutrient industry and appeal to vegans and vegetarians.
3. Non-toxic Plant Care - The trend of non-toxic plant care products can disrupt the chemical-laden plant care industry and appeal to consumers concerned about the environment and their health.
1. Organic Farming - The use of organic fertilizers like MARAPHYL can benefit the organic farming industry by providing sustainable and chemical-free options for enhancing soil and plant health.
2. Greenhouse Supplies - The trend of non-toxic plant care and organic fertilizers can benefit the greenhouse supplies industry by providing alternative options for plant growers concerned about their environmental impact and the health of their plants.
3. Golf Course Maintenance - The use of MARAPHYL for golf course maintenance can disrupt the traditional use of chemical-laden fertilizers and promote a more eco-friendly approach to keeping golf courses healthy and green.