Drammatic® Organic Fertilizer with Kelp
Natural-based liquid fertilizer for organic or conventional crops. Made from recycled fish scraps that would otherwise be disposed of as waste in waterways or landfills. Our Fertilizer with Kelp enhances our Orginal blend with many nutrients, proteins, & minerals specific to ocean kelp. It contains the natural plant hormones to support optimum plant growth and increase resistance to environmental stresses.
This is the same formulation that is used by professional growers word-wide in organic crop production. For more information on our fertilizer process, please visit www.fishfertilizer.com.
- OMRI & CDFA Listed
- Contains natural plant hormones to support optimum plant growth and increase resistance to environmental stresses. Kelp formula.
All-Natural product that is people and pet friendly
Liquid fish formula produces nutritious fruits and vegetables and brilliant flowers and foliage
Cold processed hydrolysate fresh fish scraps. Stabilized with phosphoric acid
- Made in the USA
CAUTION: Do not store diluted fertilizer. May be harmful if swallowed. Avoid contact with eyes, open cuts, and sores. Wash hands after use. Keep out of reach of children. For general cleanup, use a pine oil-based cleaner.
NOTICE: Buyer assumes all responsibility for safety and uses not in accordance with directions.
For Vegetables & Flowers: 1-2 ounces (30-60 mL) Drammatic Organic with Kelp to 1 gallon (3.8 L) of water. Apply to 20 square feet (1.9 sq. meters) every 1 week while growing. For Trees & Shrubs: Punch 1 foot (30 cm) deep holes 2 feet (60 cm) apart.
5″ x 2″ x 7.25″ – quart
7″ x 4.25″ 10.5″ – gallon
35 lbs – single quart (30 oz)
40 lbs – single gallon (1 gallon)
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