This Big Springs Fish Hydrolysate is made from our all natural fresh fish ingredients to use as a natural liquid fish-based fertilizer.
We use a cold fermentation process to maintain the naturally occurring vitamins, minerals, enzymes, probiotics, with amino acids, micronutrients, and Omega 3 fatty acids.
Our liquid fish protein hydrolysate is made by mincing the fish visceral/skeletons and combining it with organic molasses and multi-species probiotics followed by cold fermentation. The nutrient availability in our organic fertilizer is consistent because it is made in small batches from a consistent source and size of fish vicera/skeletons from salmonids aquaculture facilities that use no chemicals or antibiotics… not from wild fish processing waste whose catch is from various fish species that are exposed to ocean and lake conditions where contamination can occur. Big Springs Fish Protein Hydrolysate contains all the natural oils, proteins, minerals and enzymes of our fish and organic molasses source.
Specifications: Analysis: 0.6-0.1-0.2 (AOAC Methods)
APPLICATION: Directions: Store in cool place. Shake well before each use. Do not mix more than will be used in one day. Vegetables and Flowers: 2-3 ounces Big Springs Hydrolysate to a gallon water. Apply each week. Indoor Plants: 1 ounce to a gallon water. Apply twice a month.
BIG SPRING FISH HYDROLYSATE KISS A FISH Pure liquid fish hydrolysate stabilized with natural probiotics. Organic fertilizers work in concert with soil microbes that break fertilizers down for plant uptake. Because they do not add excess salts and acids to the soil as inorganic fertilizers do, organic fertilizers encourage healthy soil microbial activity. As organic fertilizers breakdown they improve the structure, including humus, increasing the soil’s ability to hold water and nutrients. Over time, organic fertilizer will make your soil – and plants- healthy and strong.
Each of the three nutrients in the N-P-K has its own special job to do.
Nitrogen (N) spurs vigorous, leafy growth and rich green color in grasses and other plants. Without enough nitrogen, growth slows and grasses and plants turn pale. With too much nitrogen, flowering and fruit-bearing plants put their efforts into green growth and forfeit their blooms and fruit.
Phosphorus (P) focuses energy on strong root development and flowers, fruits and seeds, while also helping plants use other nutrients efficiently. A shortage of phosphorus leaves roots weak and flowers and fruit lacking. An increasing number of states and counties restrict the application of phosphorus to lawns due to the environmental concerns of phosphorus runoff into waterways. In these states or counties, homeowners can usually apply a lawn starter fertilizer that is high in phosphorus, such as if a soil test indicates a nutrient deficiency.
Potassium (K) enhances overall growth. It helps regulate root and top growth and keeps plants healthy and balanced. This affects all aspects of the lawn, garden, and nursery well-being, from cold and drought tolerance to disease and pest resistance.