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Seaweed is great, full of nutrients, spread as much as you can.

However, when you rake it up from the shore give it time so the animals in the weed can escape back to the sea, also it needs to be rain washed so you don't polute the soil with salt, so leave it on the shore above high tide for some time to let the salt wash away.

All the best.


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I usually plant my tatties around this week or next - depending on the weather. I plant in the ground and in bags using just organic tattie manure. I also use compost from my bin. I put fertilizer on the earth about a month ago and chicken pellets too. Hope this helps if you have not had a chance to get seaweed.

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