TopHealth Plants improves soil quality & health, improves plant growth & resilience and reduces the use of fertilizer and pesticides.

Product overview

TopHealth Plants is a liquid, easy-to-spray seaweed blend that boosts plant growth, strength, and immune system. Specifically chosen seaweed bioactive compounds combined with specific plant hormones help the plants to be more resilient to biotic and abiotic stress such as pests and diseases, and resistance to heat, frost, flooding, salinity, and drought.

  1. Fully plant and nature-based
  2. No GM compounds
  3. Organically certified  

Promote the transition to sustainable agriculture with this seaweed-based biostimulant.

An overview of key benefits and some results can be read in our flyer

Product details

Soil moisture

Soil moisture is the water held within soil pores. It is the key factor in determining how the soil of a region supports vegetation and crops. Increasing the water holding capacity of the soil is crucial to maintain food security in the context of climate change. 

Soil biodiversity

Soil biodiversity represents the life that exists within soils, including bacteria, fungi, earthworms, and other insects. Healthy soil biodiversity is crucial to crop and soil health. Increasing the ability of degraded soils to host diverse forms of life is a key step toward regenerating arable land. 


Crop Yield

Crop yield is the most important parameter when measuring a farm’s profitability. Nature-based solutions like TopHealth Plants are the only way to increase yield while decreasing our reliance on synthetic fertlisers. These fertlisers have been the primary cause of soil salination and degredation.


Nitrogen Uptake

Plants absorb nutrients mainly through their roots, and some through their leaves. The plant’s ability to absorb crucial nutrients like Nitrogen (in its bio-available forms like nitrate) determines its ability to withstand abiotic stresses, such as soil degradation and drought.


What is a biostimulant?

A plant biostimulant is a material that contains substances whosefunction when applied to plants is to stimulate natural processes to benefitnutrient uptake, nutrient efficiency, tolerance to abiotic stress, and increasecrop quality, independently of its nutrient content.

What makes The Seaweed Company’s biostimulant stand out in the market?

TSC’s TopHealth Plant is a unique blend of multiple biostimulants creating a higher quantity of bioactive compounds, leading to more beneficial effects on crops. Additionally, many scientific studies with seaweed extracts have shown that they enhance the abiotic and biotic resilience of plants.

What is the makeup of TopHealth Plants in terms of nutrient characteristics?

The TopHealth Plants bio-stimulant solution is majorly made up of seaweed extract (fully organic), plant growth hormones, amino acids, vitamins, cytokinins, auxin and many bioactive compounds such as alginates, mannitol. At the same time, it also consists of micronutrients such as zinc, copper, iron, calcium, magnesium, and boron. A full breakdown of the nutrient composition of THP is available on request.

What does the product specifically do in the soil?

THPs’ unique seaweed blend benefits soils in several ways:

- Increase water retention of soils & built up of soil organic carbon.

- Enhanced root growth leads to a more stable soil that is less vulnerable to erosion.

- Provides a feed supplement for beneficial soil microbes increasing soil biodiversity.

- Reduces nutrient eutrophication from soils and reduces salt stress.

Is the product organic and safe to use?

THP is safe to use as it has been evaluated by FIBL for use as an organic product.  THP is listed under FIBL, which means that the product can be used in organic farming throughout the UK, and EU. See registration here.

Does the plant need more nutrients due to stimulated growth?

The TopHealth Plants enhances certain genes within the plant that increases the nutrient uptake efficiency. The plant, therefore, uses less energy for the uptake of nutrients and can focus energy usage for growth. Furthermore, our field trials and the scientific literature shows that a reduction in the inputs of fertilizer, pesticides, and fungicide showed nodifference in the yield of the crop.

Team Involved

Dr. Anubhav Mohiley

Shivam Mishra

Ingrid Jonker

Finian Moore

Lois Haaima