Using Fishnure(TM) When Watering Plants

Fishnure™ is a soft putty-like colloidal substance. It consists of microscopic particles that will readily disolve in water into a consistent liquid or slurry depending on the amount of Fishnure used in the water. Mixing 4 or 5 ounces of Fishnure to a gallon of water makes an ideal liquid for watering any plant. This method will safely add nutrients and will result in higher yields of flowers or vegetables.

The mixture can be poured from a watering can or can be sprayed using a hose-end sprayer.

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2 Comments on "Using Fishnure(TM) When Watering Plants"

  • Larry

    I have a koi/goldfish pond. I’ve been using it with fine results on my vegetable garden. I never knew it was sold anywhere.
    I’d like to know where I can sen my fishnure to have it tested to see its makup, Is it 5-1-1- or what? Anyone know of such a facility? I live in Georgia (lucky me!).

    • wpfishnure

      Waters Agricultural Laboratories

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