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128 oz. (Gallon) Neptune's Harvest Fish & Seaweed Natural Organic Liquid Fertilizer

Neptune's Hydrolized Fish+Seaweed Fertilizer Gal


 

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Seaweed's growth promoting substances enhance plant development, color, and vigor.

In addition, seaweed has been found to increase plant hardiness and resistance to extreme environmental conditions.

Will increase and accelerate germination and help build a healthy root system. Studies have shown this fertilizer to outperform chemical fertilizers.

What You'll Gain From Using Organic Fertilizer
• Healthy for your plants, trees, or anything else in your garden. (Traditional fertilizer has chemicals that can actually damage your garden)
• Healthy for you. (Regular fertilizers have tons of chemicals that can lead to all kinds of health problems)
• Safe to use around animals (Normal fertilizers leave chemicals which may cause harm to animals)
• Lasts longer, which saves you money (More money in your pocket)
• Produces better results for your garden. (Bigger trees, plants, fruits, etc)
• Made naturally from seaweed (As opposed to processed with lots of harmful chemicals or through warehouses that pollute the air)
• Helps The Environment (Less toxic chemicals sink into the earth)
Neptune's Harvest Naural Fertilizer
Organic vs Artificial Fertilizer
Highlights
Since it is 100% organic, the fertilizer won't burn plants or roots
In addition to N-P-K, this fertilizer also provides vitamins, amino acids, enzymes,and growth hormones necessary for optimum plant growth
Works as an outstanding compost enhancer by building the micro organisms (reported to generate compost in half the time!)
Blooms are more plentiful and longer lasting on flowering plants; fruits, vegetables, and herbs taste better
No offensive odor

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