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Get Ready For Summer with Seagate Fish Fertilizer Concentrate

Believe it or not, summer is just around the corner! Whether you’re looking to plant flowers on your front porch, vegetables in your garden, or trees around the yard, you simply can’t get a better fertilizer than fish. Plants and vegetables love the natural nitrogen-phosphorus-potash blend in our dried fish powder, which is why we use it on our own organic farms!

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Plants That Love Fish Fertilizer

  • Tomatoes
  • Garlic
  • Carrots
  • Broccoli
  • Rose bushes
  • Trees
  • Shrubs

Fish fertilizer dates back as far as ancient Egyptian times, when farmers used fish to produce higher quality crops. The Native Americans taught the Pilgrims how to use fish in farming practice, and the ecological movement of the late 20th century solidified its place in modern farming strategy.

We quickly discovered that fish waste isn’t really waste at all – it drastically improves the health of crops, crop size, and yield. To help you reap the same benefits on your farms, gardens, and yards, we’ve been fishing  for sardines and anchovies along the shores of Baja, California to create our special blend of Fish Fertilizer Concentrate. By using this in place of chemical fertilizers and pesticides, your plants and flowers will be stronger, larger and healthier, and they’ll be much more resistant to disease, fungus, and insects.

For most plants, the best part about this fish concentrate is that no other fertilizer is needed. This allows you to leave hazardous chemical compounds out of the equation entirely. And since one container is enough to fertilize hundreds of plants, it’s also a cost-effective way to make the most of growing season.

How to Use Fish Fertilizer Concentrate

  • Make a notch next to roots of existing plants and pour 1 tablespoon of fertilizer
  • Pour into hole before placing new plants
  • Cover fish powder with soil to prevent smell for indoor plants
  • Plow directly into soil for large farming operations
  • Utilize with a drip irrigation system for existing crops
  • Generally wait 4-5 months before reapplying fertilizer concentrate

Once you make the switch from chemical to organic fertilizers, it’s doubtful that you’ll ever go back.  Fertilizers with fish are among the best you can find, without the risk of hazardous side effects. Usually one teaspoon of our fish fertilizer per plant is sufficient, although larger plants may benefit from a heaping tablespoon. Try applying one month prior to the first bloom. So shake those winter blues, and start getting excited about what you can grow this spring. 

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Phillip Miller - This fish fertilizer was discovered by searching online and I’m excited to use a dry formula with a higher nitrogen input to my Leeks, onions, beets and pole beans. In the past, my garden has produced very well with competing liquid fish & kelp fertilizer. My gardening efforts support the Soil Food Web as suggested by the material published by SeaGate in regard to this fertilizer not being a waste product but a viable resource.

Richard (Founder) - Hi Phillip,
Be careful when using liquid fish fertilizer because it must be preserved by having a very low ph. In other words, a lot of acid is usually added to the liquid fish to drop the ph below 4. Generally hydrochloric acid is used. More expensive liquid fish formulas use phosphoric acid since the phosphorus component has some benefit. We do not go that route for one additional reason — the liquid fish formulas have a very high water concentration, usually 50-60% moisture. So you are essentially buying water with acid in it that has to be watered down further so that you don’t burn your plants when applying it. The dry fish fertilizer is 100% fish and can be added directly to the roots without any danger of acid-burning them. In fact, the slow bacterial decomposition of the fish in the soil will allow the fertilizer to continue to feed your plants for ~3-4 months. Thank you

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