Blog - Fishnure

Active Micro-life In The Soil Is Just As Important as NPK

The diverse micro-life remains alive in Fishnure and is ready to go to work as soon as it is applied.

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Fishnure’s Moisture Retention Improves Plant Survivability in Drought

Drought conditions will increasingly become a problem for all plants.  Improving the soil moisture retention of the soil can be the difference between having good plants or dead plants.  The two plants below are from two green pea seeds.  The plant on the left was from a seed planted in …

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The Critical Ingredient of a Quality Organic Fertilizer – Diverse Microbial Life

Most soils have adequate nutrients but lack the necessary diverse micro organisms to extract the nutrients for plant use. A quality organic fertilizer will add additional nutrients but must also add the necessary biology to make those nutrients available to the plants. The biology is amazingly complex and …

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Comparison of Microbes in Fishnure(TM) versus Compost

Comparison of Microbes in Fishnure(TM) versus Compost

The analysis is a microscope study showing the live microbes in both substances.

See this video for the analysis.

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Just Add Water, Mix and Spray Fishnure™

A big advantage with Fishnure is that the microlife in humus compost has been increased by the addition of the clay during the decomposing of the nitrogen and carbon components of the compost. The clay provides a moist environment for the microbes and they remain active and ready to do …

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Testimonials

Pete Emerson, a commercial produce grower in Lake Village, AR has been using Triple 13 fertilizer for years to provide the nutrients for his produce. Pete grows tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, cantaloupes, peppers and other vegetables for sale in the local produce market. This year he planted some of his crop …

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Fishnure™ Organic Fertilizer Outperforms Triple 13 Chemical Fertilizer

Pete Emerson, a commercial produce grower in Lake Village, AR has been using Triple 13 fertilizer for years to provide the nutrients for his produce. Pete grows tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, cantaloupes, peppers and other vegetables for sale in the local produce market. This year he planted some of his crop …

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The Sustainabillity Illusion

A great amount of time and effort is going into what is called sustainable activities such as growing food organically and converting to energy efficient vehicles. These activities are worthwhile and should be encouraged but they are insufficient. We lived in a world that could have been considered …

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A Slightly Different Model for Aquaponics

According to Wikipedia, Aquaponics or pisciponics, is a sustainable food production system that combines traditional aquaculture (raising aquatic animals such as snails, fish, crayfish or prawns in tanks) with hydroponics (cultivating plants in water) in a symbiotic environment. In aquaculture, effluents accumulate in the water, increasing toxicity for the fish. …

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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 …

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