Neptune's Harvest Fish and Seaweed Blend
Neptune's Harvest Organic Fish and Seaweed Fertilizer 2-3-1 contains vitamins, amino acids, enzymes, and growth hormones. It also contains the micro and macro nutrients naturally found in fish. The nitrogen and other nutrients are already chelated, so they are readily available for plant consumption. Unlike fish emulsions, Neptune’s Harvest Fish and Seaweed Fertilizer retains the fish proteins and oils. The Seaweed is an organic storehouse of over 60 naturally occurring major and minor nutrients and amino acids. It has growth promoting substances which enhance plant development, color and vigor and has also been found to increase plant hardiness and resistance to adverse environmental conditions, such as early frost, extreme heat and lack of moisture.
- University studies have shown Neptune’s Harvest to outperform 20-20-20 fertilizers.
- Increased marketable yields and improved shelf life on fruits and vegetables.
- Increase in plants natural sugars resulting in more plentiful, stronger and more colorful flowers and foliage and more fragrant longer lasting blooms.
- Meets requirements of the National Organic Program (NOP) for use in organic production.
Shake well before using. Prepare for one application only. Do not store diluted fertilizer.
This product can be applied with a watering can, hose-end sprayer, boom sprayer or injected into an irrigation system. Treated area may be re-entered immediately.
HOUSE PLANTS: 1 Tablespoon per gallon of water. Feed every 2-3 weeks. Water lightly so that diluted fertilizer does not remain in drip dish.
OUTDOOR PLANTS: 1/8 cup (1 fl. oz. - 1:128) per gallon of water. Feed vegetables, flowers, trees, and shrubs, every 2-3 weeks. Apply generously to soil or as a foliar feed, until leaves are wet, top and bottom. It is best to foliar feed early or late in the day.
COMPOST ENHANCER: 1/4 cup (2 fl. oz.) per gallon of water every 2-3 weeks.
SEED GERMINATION: Soak in a solution of 1 teaspoon per cup of water.
ACERAGE GENERAL: 2 to 2.5 gallons per acre (6 to 7.5 fl. oz. per 1,000 square feet), 2 to 3 times per year.