Fish & Seaweed Fertilizer

Fish and Seaweed Fertilizer from Ocean Harvest

 | Organic Plant Food Made from Fish Hydrolysate and Organic Kelp Liquid Seaweed | Organic Fertilizer for Vegetables | 1 QT

Ocean Harvest fish hydrolysate is made from several species of edible North Atlantic Fish.  Several different species of fish are utilized, each giving a different nutrient profile, therefore providing a full range of nutrients, vitamins, amino acids, enzymes and growth hormones. All the fish is caught over three miles from shore and in the icy waters of the North Atlantic. This ensures that none of the fish are exposed to coastal pollutants.


Ocean Harvest Fish Hydrolysate Characteristics 

  1. Uses many species of fish

  2. Cold Processed

  3. No oils removed

  4. No proteins removed

  5. No offensive odor

  6. No Chlorine

  7. Will not clog equipment

How Often to Apply & How Much:


Directions: Shake well before using. Prepare for one application only. Do Not Store Diluted Plant Food.

House Plants: Use 1 tablespoon per gallon of water. Feed every week. Water lightly so that diluted plant food does not remain in drip dish.

Outdoor Plants: Use 1/8 cup (1 fl. oz. – 1:128) per gallon of water. Feed vegetables, flowers, trees and shrubs every 1-2 weeks.

Apply generously to soil or as a foliar feed until leaves are wet, top & bottom. It is best to foliar feed early or late in the day.

Compost Enhancer: Use ¼ cup (2 fl. oz.) per gallon of water every 2-3 weeks. Seed Germination: Soak in solution of 1 teaspoon per cup of water 

Fish & Seaweed Fertilizer bottle (Large)

  • Ocean Harvest fish hydrolysate and Organic Kelp is an all organic protein fertilizer, made utilizing naturally occurring enzymes present in fresh North Atlantic fish and Seaweed harvested from the North Atlantic waters of Nova Scotia, Canada

  • Our cold-process protects the vitamins, amino acids, enzymes, and growth hormones that create larger flower blooms, tastier fruits and vegetables

  • OMRI listed Organic; 100% organic, so it won't burn plants or roots or pollute the environment

  • Promotes the growth of beneficial bacteria, making the soil less compact and working as a compost builder

  • Blooms are more plentiful and longer lasting on flowering plants