Pune, Maharashtra, India
We offer a complete product range of and fish fertilizers
Detail Description Fish fertilizer is an awesome product for promoting plant growth. It's high in Nitrogen for growing plants, can be naturally produced, and is an awesome food for microbes! Fungi love this stuff. Fish fertilizer can be expensive in the store, but it is easily produced at home. This is a great recipe for making your own fish hydrolysate fertilizer. Fish fertilizers are an all-natural way to supply an abundance of minerals and vitamins to your plants, whether you are growing roses, vegetables, fruits, ferns or even houseplants. There are three types of fish fertilizer: fish meal, fish emulsion and hydrolyzed fish fertilizer. Each of these has specific benefits for your plants and is a rich source of concentrated nutrients. Fish Fertilizers provide an excellent source of nutrition for plants and the soil. When fish fertilizers are used, the plant receives a controlled level of nitrogen, a vital element necessary for the production of chlorophyll and maintaining the health of the plant. Too much nitrogen, which can be a side effect of chemical fertilizers, can overwhelm the plant and cause it to be more vulnerable to weather fluctuations, insects and diseases. It is well known that synthetic nitrogen fertilizers 'volatilize' into the atmosphere, not only being lost to plant availability, but contributing to greenhouse gases. Runoff of excess synthetic fertilizers to the water table, aquifers, streams, rivers and our oceans are other negative side effects. Another major benefit of using a fish fertilizer is improving a healthy food source that stimulates microorganisms that exist in the soil. Some forms of commonly found soil microbes also synthesize nitrogen (e.g. nitrifying bacteria). When fed 'good food', they increase in numbers and produce more available organic nitrogen for roots to uptake and naturally feed the plant. An active soil ecosystem will improve the vitality of the crop and increase production of new soil by a factor of six.