Fish Emulsion

Food source for beneficial microbes.

Fish Emulsion is a nutrient source for soil microbes which in turn improves soil health.

Fish Emulsion stimulates beneficial microbes to:

  • Improve nutrient availability
  • Reduce root disease
  • Improve water penetration (heavy soils) & water retention
  • Fish Emulsion also provides an important range of natural nutrients and amino acids which improve growth.

Soil Microbes
Research has consistently shown Fish Emulsion feeds soil microbes resulting in an increase in the activity and diversity of the resident microbial communities in the soil. The soil microbes improve soil health by improving moisture retention, infiltration, nutrient retention, nutrient availability and reduced disease. (Abbasi 2006)

Directions For Use

Add Fish Emulsion to spray and fertigation tank slowly with tank nearly full and maximum agitation.

Blockages can occur if concentrated product comes into contact with filtration systems.
When applying through boom spray use 120 – 200 micron screen on main filter and a 50L jet.
When blending with other compounds dilute Fish Emulsion separately and add to tank as last ingredient.
Maintain agitation whilst spraying or fertigating.
Always agitate drum contents before use.

Application Rates

Blend 1L Fish Emulsion with no less than 20L water.
Can be used via foliar or irrigation.

Vegetables: 5-10L/ha every 7-14 days from emergence/ transplant

Vines: 5-10L/ha monthly

Fruit & Nut Trees: 5-10L/ha monthly

Tropical Fruit: 5-10L/ha monthly

Broad-acre crops & pasture: 3-6L/ha 1-3 times during the season

Anti-foaming agent: Add 1L/1,000L water in spray tank

Typical Analysis

Nitrogen 2.5%
Phosphorus 0.3%
Potassium 0.25%
Calcium 0.5%
Oil Content 3%