Neptune's Harvest is an OMRI Listed organic fertilizer made from a great diversity of fresh North Atlantic seaweed. It is created with a unique cold process that preserves the vitamins, amino acids, enzymes and naturally occuring plant growth growth hormones. It also contains all the micro and macro nutrients naturally found in fish.
The nitrogen and other nutrients contained in Neptune's Harvest are chelated, meaning they are readily available for plants to consume. Unlike fish emulsions, Neptune's Harvest retains the fish proteins and oils and has no unpleasant odor. University studies have shown Neptune's Harvest to outperform chemical fertilizers. The value of properly made fish hydrolysate should not be underestimated. Its and excellent fungal food resource for building and activating biomass. It is easy to handle, shelf stable for years and will not create large bursts of vegetative growth like petro-based fertilizers.
Beware of imitations — Neptune’s Harvest is the leading manufacturer of fish hydrolysate fertilizers in the United States with extensive sales in the U.S. and throughout the world.
Remember, organic fertilizers should not be judged only by the nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium content. Its the fertilizer's capacity to create a microbial biomass in which those nutrients are stored and available when the plant requires them.
Mixing and usage requirements for Neptune’s Harvest Fish, Fish/Seaweed Blend and Seaweed FertilizersProducts must be stirred wellBecause of the oils in the fish, it will separate, so stirring well is very important.
Pumps, spray equipment and/or drip lines must be cleaned out after every use
Do not store diluted
Mix with enough water before spraying
If mixing with other inputs
Click here for nutrient analysis of Neptune's Harvest Fish/Seaweed Fertilizer
Directions for Fish HydrolysateDirections: Shake well before using. Prepare for one application only. Do not store diluted fertilizer.House Plants: Use 1 tablespoon per gallon of water. Feed every 2-3 weeks. Do not over water.Outdoor Plants: Use 1/8 Cup (1 fl. Oz.- 1:128) per gallon of water. Feed vegetables, flowers, trees and shrubs every 2-3 weeks. Apply until soil is saturated or as a foliar feed until leaves are wet, top & bottom. It is best to foliar feed early or late in the day.Lawns: Use 1 gallon concentrate mixed with sufficient water to cover 8000 sq. ft. Feed monthly during growing season and again in the fall.Compost Enhancer: Use ¼ Cup (2fl. Oz.) per gallon of water every 2-3 weeks.Seed Germination: Soak in solution of 1 teaspoon per cup of water.Caution: Keep out of reach of children. Do not take internally.
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Adding fish hydrolysate in conjunction with actively aerated compost tea yields excellent results. We suggest adding 16 ounces per 100 gallons at the beginning of the brew cycle and an additional gallon per 100 gallons of diluted compost tea to act as a back end food resource.
Pasture Application Rates:For optimal results, we recommend spraying:
[Note: After the initial two applications you could cut back to 2 gallons X 20 gallons water to maintain]
NOTE: Minimum applications for pasture - Every 4 to 6 week’s still shows good results with 3 gallons per acre***************************************************Hay Application Rates:For optimal results, we recommend spraying:
NOTE: For best results, try using higher amounts of fish on poor soil in the beginning, to help the overall health of the hay/pasture, this method will also help you achieve maximum results. ** Important Information: Always add a Minimum of 10 gallons of water to 1 gallon of fish fertilizer.
HOW OFTEN AND WHEN TO APPLY (Fish or Fish/Seaweed Blend)For vegetable crops and sweet corn we recommend you apply 3 gallons per acre 4 times a year.1st Application: At planting. Broadcast or drip furrow.2nd Application: Foliar spray when 1st primary leaves come out on vegetables, or on corn when plants are 8 to 10 inches tall.3rd Application: Pre-blossom or with corn, pre- tassel.4th Application: Pre-harvestNever waste a trip; if you’re going to the field to spray anything add some fish to your mix. The fish will enable your inputs to stay in the soil longer and could allow you to cut your Application rates.*REMEMBER, IT IS BETTER TO FERTILIZE MORE OFTEN WITH LESS, THAN LESS OFTEN WITH MORE.
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