This is Bob Brock of Cave Springs, Arkansas. He likes to grow pumpkins. He split his patch up this year and cared for ¼ as usual. The other ¾ he fertilized with Sea Minerals FA. He watered his whole patch frequently. The part with the Sea Minerals produced 3 times as many pumpkins and they were at least twice the size overall, he says. He is solidly convinced that Sea Minerals works.
We sprayed Sea Minerals FA on our soybeans last year (2008). They were the best we had ever grown and much better than our neighbors. The plants were nearly 6 feet tall! At harvest, they made 44 bushels per acre compared to 40 bushels the year before using commercial fertilizer. More production at a much lower cost-we are sold on Sea Minerals!
Harold H-Edina, MO
We bought Sea Minerals FA 2 years ago to use on our garden. We planted tomatoes, sweet corn, and green beans. We didn’t spray all of the plants so we could see the effect of the Sea Minerals. Soon we could see exactly where we stopped spraying. The plants were taller and healthier. Harold W. Kansas City, MO
We bought 50# of Sea Minerals at the Kansas City farm show year before last to apply to 4 acres. I could not get our old sprayer to work so in frustration, I spred the entire 50# dry. I didn’t see much difference that year but this year the grass is taller and greener. We are having a hard time keeping the calves out of that pasture! Phil F. Richmond MO
We got an extra cutting of alfalfa on the field sprayed with Sea Minerals compared to the field not sprayed. It’s hard to put out hay when the hay has been sprayed with Sea Minerals. The cattle fight for it. We put some the corner of the corn trough where we feed the butcher calves. They left the corn for the Sea Minerals. Regan N, GrantCityMO
Ray at Beck Implement near Gutherie OK says some of his customers are using Sea Minerals FA and getting good results.
In 2010, I only got my test plot of wheat sprayed 1 time. It did just as good as what was sprayed with commercial fertilizer and I know it helped the rust. Joe B,Kinsley KS
I planted oats for wheat. It was starting to head when I cut them and they tested 19.7% protein. I also grew some Hybrid Sudan (sowed feed) for a dairy. After is was baled, the cows would not eat the alfalfa if theSedanwas available. It tested 10.3% protein.. Curtis T. Gage OK
Since my husband was having such good results with Sea Minerals Fa, I decided to try it with my chickens. I put ½ tbls in 1 gallon of water and put it out in one pan with plain water in the other pan. In 10 days, the 30 hens went from laying 15 eggs per day to 28 eggs per day. And did they ever taste good! Kathy W, Cushing OK
I sprayed a 40 foot wide strip of Blue Stem along my driveway with Sea Minerals and 2-4-D. I only got to it one time and the drought was setting in so I didn't spray again. It stayed green through the drought while the Blue Stem across the road was completely burned up. Larry W. Leon KS
My friend has a lawn service here in Woodward OK. He sprayed his lawns during the drought of 2011. Those lawns stayed green and even had to be mowed more often during the summer. Forrest R. Woodward OK
In 2011, I chose to plant a plum tree that should not even be able to grow here in Woodward OK and we had a drought to boot. I put Sea Minerals in the hole when I planted it and covered it during the winter. In the spring it was doing great, even with the drought. William, OMRI Media, Woodward OK
My neighbor sprayed his brome grass with Sea Minerals FA twice. I used 100 lb of Urea per acre in January at a cost of $496/ton. By May 1, the cost of Urea had gone to $825/acre! My neighbor spent $8 per acre for his Sea Minerals FA and his grass looks just as good as mine! Donnie B,LeboKS
In 2011 we had our first try-out of Sea Minerals FA on our corn crop here in northwest Missouri. We did not write anything down or take pictures. But we did pay attention to where we sprayed the Sea Minerals FA and the anhydrous. On some wet gumbo ground we sprayed our field of corn one time with Sea Minerals FA and it didn't do very well. On another part we sprayed anhydrous and it didn't do very well either. On a creek-bottom field, we sprayed Sea Minerals FA twice and it produced about 120 bushels per acre. The same field, but a different patch of corn got anhydrous and produced 120 bushels per acre. Some of that corn was missed altogether
and produced nothing. All of this depends upon the weather, the ground, and the type of corn planted. We sprayed a soybean field twice and it produced the biggest yield we have ever had. For us it was 55-60 bu. Per acre and normally we get 40-45 bu. per acre. This year we plan to spray all of our fields and pastures. We will still use some anhydrous in some test plots. The
results that we did get have given us enough of a desired outcome that it will pay us to use Sea Minerals FA verses the expensive anhydrous. Also the sea mineral corn is lighter in color compared with the anhydrous; so lighter is okay. Steve & Julie N, Barnard MO
In the spring of 2011, I planted a wheat and rye mix on 80 acres. My neighbor planted about the same time and used commercial fertilizer. My field was sprayed 2 times with Sea Minerals FA. In March, I turned 107 momma cows into that field. Over the spring, I ended up with 75 calves in addition to the cows. In spite of the drought, those 107 cows and 75 calves grazed that field from March to September. When I took them off, they had grazed it to the ground. I mean the sand was blowing. I live west of Oklahoma City in north Caddo County and the drought was bad. I let it grow back to 4 inches and then sprayed it twice. By April 18 it was head high and so thick you could not walk through it because all the leaves had stayed on the plant and were still green! We baled 4 5X5 bales to the acre. I figured out that I had $30/acre in it. That’s counting seed, diesel, and Sea Minerals FA. By the way, my neighbor's field is not even green! Randy H, Lookeba OK
We grow alfalfa and grass in New Mexico. This is our first year to use Sea Minerals FA and it is amazing! We can almost watch the alfalfa grow. Our neighbor's alfalfa is 2 feet tall-ours is 3 feet plus tall. I wear a 34 inch inseam and it is crouch high.
We cut it, water it once, and as soon as it is dry enough to get into the field it is sprayed with Sea Minerals FA. It is between 6 and 8 inches high at this point. When we return to check it in 1 week it is 2 1/2 feet tall!
We expect to get 5 big cuttings and 1 short one at the end of the season. These are plants that are brand new up to some that are 3-4 years old. And to think, it is all natural!
Wilda D-Belen, NM