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OceanSolution™ - 1 gallon

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8.50 LBS
$12.00 (Fixed shipping cost)

Product Description

Ocean Grown
90 Mineral Growing Solution

1 gallon - $80.00

Grow your wheat grass or other sprouts with a 90 mineral solution. This ocean extract is a 100 to 1 concentration: 1 oz. makes 1 gallon of solution.

The ocean is the only source where most of the known elements are in a perfectly balanced solution. Pure unadulterated seawater contains 90+ elements in an inorganic crystalloid solution ready to be absorbed by a plant’s roots.

OceanSolution is a plant and seed nutrient extracted from clean, pure ocean water, utilizing a non-heat, non-chemical process.

How often crops are fertilized with OceanSolution depends on the type of soil and crop, and the stage the latter is in. First, if the soil is heavy (such as clay), we recommend fertilizing only two or three times a year. If the growing area is sandy loam, one could feed the plants daily or weekly. Hydroponically, we feed the roots OceanSolution® twice a day from seedling through full crop.

Suggested dilution ratio is 100 parts pure water (rain, R.O., de-ionized, filtered or distilled) to 1 part OceanSolution® for most farm and hydroponics operations. OceanSolution® can be used in most primary feeding regimes as well as number of supplemental applications. We strongly recommend the use of open pollination seeds for optimal results. Genetically engineered and hybrid seeds are often bred with increased demand for certain macro-elements (such as NPK) which will need to be added to meet the plant’s demand.

Water and soil analyses are useful in determining dilution ratios and the frequency of application. Since the nutrient solution and pH are balanced, the concern for burning plants is much less than with traditional fertilizers.

It is beneficial to soak your seeds before planting, for 8-24 hours in the solution mixture.

HYDROPONICS (100:1) - suitable for all types of feeding operations

  • Most crops require feeding once a day
  • Recycled solution can be used for up to one month
  • Small amounts of diluted concentrate can be added to the nutrient solution periodically
  • Extra NPK is probably necessary for most plants.

SOIL (100:1) – Depending on plant needs, drainage and nutrient depletion

  • Sandy or well-drained soils may be fed more frequently: once a day to twice a week
  • Loam or rich soils that retain significant moisture: twice a week to twice a month
  • Clay to dense, clogged soils that trap water and nutrients: once or twice a year

HERBS (100:1)

  • Feeding can vary from 1-3 times a week to 1-2 times a day depending on the plant needs, climate conditions and soil/medium drainage.


  • Feeding will vary: 1-3 times per day

PASTURES (100:1)

  • 100 gallons of diluted solution per 10 acres: see general directions with respect to soil types. Most pastures can handle up to 200 gallons of dilute per 10 acres. Sandy soils use less, but apply more frequently.

FLOWERS (150-200:1)

  • Flowers need a lighter concentration. Follow same directions for soil types. Foliar spraying should be avoided with delicate flowers like orchids. Feed the roots.

House Plants (125-200:1)

  • Feed with OceanSolution® mixture every 2nd or 3rd watering.

Feed your plants according to the directions given above for your soil type -- more frequently for sandy soils, and very infrequently for heavy clays.

OceanSolution™ is highly compact: one (1) gallon of Solution will make up to one hundred (100) gallons of nutrient supplement ready for watering or irrigating any plant or seed.

OceanGrown goes well out to sea to extract it's liquid OceanSolution from the clean sea. And, once back on shore has each batch tested for pathogens, with results recorded by an independent laboratory

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