Our Mānuka and Seaweed Products
We collect, collate and distribute naturally sourced Mānuka and seaweed products developed to enhance the nutrition, growth and productivity of plants, pastures and bees for gardeners, landowners and beekeepers throughout New Zealand.
products are all produced to the highest standards in our processing
facilities in Opotiki and Marsterton, New Zealand.
Our unique range of combination seaweed soil and plant nutirtion products has been specifically formulated to naturally enhance your local environment.
Our unique bee nutrition formula is a mixed seaweed concentrate designed to provide all the essential amino acids, minerals and trace elements for optimum bee and hive health.
NEW ZEALAND AGAR
New Zealand Seaweeds Ltd is the only
producer and exporter of Bacteriological Agar in the Southern Hemisphere.
Our Agar is sustainably sourced by New Zealand Seaweeds Ltd controlling the process from the collection of Pterocladia seaweed from the pristine New Zealand Coastlines to manufacturing customised Agar to suit our customers requirements.
Our Bacteriological Agar is subjected to stringent quality control to ensure compatibility in culture media and is tested growing a wide range of fastidious micro-organisms.
Our Bacteriological Agar is free from extraneous matter, pigment portions and the salts have been reduced to a minimum. It is available as fine, light coloured granules, convenient for weighing and handling. It is normally employed in solid culture media at concentrations of 1 – 2%.
Our Bacteriological Agar is available in low, medium and high gel strengths and can be made to your specifications.
This is a general purpose Agar that can be used for purposes that do not require stringent growth performances. It is available as low, medium, and high gel strength standard grade agar to match your specific requirements.
High Purity Agar
Our High Purity Agar is carefully processed to produce a high purity
gelling agent with further reduced impurities.
This reduction of impurities reduces interferences while increasing effectiveness when employed in selective media.