The efficacy and environmental consequences of kelp-based garden products
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Processed seaweeds, especially kelps, are heavily marketed to gardeners as biostimulants, fertilizers, soil conditioners, disease suppressants, and environmental stress reducers. This publication reviews the published research on seaweed products regarding their effectiveness in home gardens and landscapes. It also discusses the ecological and environmental consequences of using wild-harvested kelps.