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Fish Amino Acid - (250 ml to 5 Litre)- Bazodo

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Bazodo Fish’s Amino Nutrients Bio Organic Fertilizer Provides Quality Nitrogen, Among with Other Nutrients to Plants Fish Hydrolysate Fertilizer is an excellent source of many nutrients. As natural, available forms of nitrogen and phosphorus in particular, they’re especially valuable when you don’t have enough humus in your soil yet.

Fish Amino Acids fertilizer products are high in good old NPK - nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.

If we believed the line that chemical fertilizer companies try to sell us, we’d think these three nutrients were the only ones that mattered to plants.

Fortunately, we now know that plants need a wide variety of mineral nutrients in specific ratios, as well as healthy soil life, to thrive. But that doesn’t mean nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium are anything to sneeze at. Having a balanced, continuous supply of these nutrients is essential to plant growth and health.

Benefits of Fish Amino Acids Fish Amino Acids is a truly unique nutrient for improving health and productivity of crops. Crops that respond well to amino acids are vegetables, rice, oil palm, banana, sugarcane, cocoa, flowers, corn, potato, soya etc.

Nutrient Content:

Amino Acid Profile: Theonine, Aspartic Acid, Serine, Proine, Glutamic Acid, Glycerine, Alanine, Cystine, Valine, Methionine, Isoleucine, Tyrosine, Phenylalanine, Lysine, Histidine, Agrinine, Hydroxyproline

Elements: Nitrogen, Phosphorous, Potassium, Calcium, Sulfur, Magnesium, Iron, Manganese, Copper, Zinc, Boron, Molybdenum, Cadmium

Fish Amino Nutrients - Fish Hydrolysate Processed Form Whole Fish – Natural

Bio Organic Plant Growth Promoter - Analysis Report:

Fish Amino Acid Content : 68%

TSS : 52.6%

PH – 4.6


Fish Amino Acids fertilizer can be used as a soil drench to encourage rapid microbial and earthworm activity, especially where chemical usage has decreased soil biological activity in the past. Following application, stored sugars are released from the roots as energy for growth and fruit/tuber production. Root hairs exude sugars and these stimulate healthy microbial activity in adjacent soil. These microbes flourish & immediately begin unlocking stored nutrients from the soil.

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