Liquid Fish Fertilizer

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Product Description

Indian River Liquid Fish Fertilizer is an Organic Protein Hydrolysate, which is far superior in several ways to any emulsion that is available on the market. It is All Natural, comprised of 100% fish, not a boiled, rendered and separated semi-fish based product like the others.

This naturally organic and sustainable fertilizer is cold processed and contains NO HEAVY METALS and no CHLORINE like you will find in the emulsions that are available as competition.

Our Product is:

  • 100% Fish Protein
  • Made From Human Consumption Grade Fish
  • Cold-Processed
  • No Fish Meal Has Been Removed
  • Chlorine Free
  • Contains No Dangerous Heavy Metals
  • Great for use in Drip Systems

 

Residential Application

Indian River Organics® Liquid Fish Fertilizer

Our Liquid Fish Fertilizer for plants is a hydrolysate, which is far superior in several ways to any emulsion that is available on the market. It is all natural and 100 percent fish, not a boiled, rendered and separated semi-fish based product like the others.

Our product can be mixed at the rates below in a watering can and applied as a soil drench, or it can be applied as a foliar spray. For best results, the spray applications should be done in the early morning or late in the day. Once mixed with water, the product is activated and should be used completely. For optimal results adjust application rates and frequency as needed. Do not store product diluted.

Lawn: Mix 2-4 ounces in 1 gallon of water; spray to cover 500 square feet.

Fruits and Vegetables: Mix 2-4 ounces in 1 gallon of water and apply to soil or foliar spray to drench, including underside of leaves.

Flowers and Plants: Mix 1-3 ounces in 1 gallon of water and apply to soil or foliar spray to drench, including underside of leaves.

Citrus and Other Trees: Mix 4 ounces in 1 gallon of water and apply to soil or foliar spray to drench, including underside of leaves.

Seedlings: Mix 1-2 ounces in 1 gallon of water. Prior to planting, soak seeds in mixture overnight or until they begin to swell.

Transplanting: Mix 1-2 ounces in 1 gallon of water. Dip plants into mixture before planting and water in using mixture.

This product will not burn so you can make applications as often as weekly throughout the growing season.

Commercial Application

General Application Rates

As all growers are aware, optimal application rates often vary substantially from crop to crop as well as from farm to farm, depending on a large number of things. Accordingly, we provide the following rates just to give a framework and encourage you to email us or call for specific application rates, depending on your particular crop and location.

How Often and When to Apply

For vegetable and row crops we recommend you apply 3 gallons per acre 4 times a year.

First Application: At planting, the product can be applied to soil, in-furrow, and/or sprayed/broadcast.

Second Application: Foliar spray when first primary leaves come out and/or when plants are 8 to 10 inches tall.

Third Application: Pre-blossom or pre- tassel.

Fourth Application: Pre-harvest

Note: Each gallon of fish should be mixed with at least 10 gallons of water. Many crops see tremendous benefits when mixed at 30:1, 50:1 and even 100:1.

Because our fertilizer includes absolutely all of the beneficial oils, Indian River Organics® Liquid Fish Fertilizer is a remarkable “sticking agent.” Whenever you are making a field spray, consider adding some fish to your mix. The fish will provide a number of benefits to each application, including more efficient delivery to the plant via the leaves and extended time remaining in the root zone of the soil. Many inputs are more efficiently delivered when mixed with fish, and could allow you to cut your application rates. Indian River Organics Liquid Fish Fertilizer makes an excellent adjuvant or input sticking agent. It helps to deliver your inputs more efficiently and potentially lowers your overall costs.

Remember: It is better to fertilize more often with less, than less often with more. If running through drip tape, we suggest using 1 ounce per gallon of water once a week. Remember to flush lines with clean water when done.