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How to Apply Fish Emulsion Fertilizer

Fish oil emulsion fertilizer is classified into a type of organic fertilizer that can supply or give your herb garden or whatever type of garden you have at home with important nutrients and minerals that can support healthy growth to your plants. However, not all people find fish emulsion fertilizer to be a great organic fertilizer option for their gardens, because, fish emulsion fertilizer comes with an unpleasant smell when used. What those people do not know is that the unpleasant smell coming from the fish emulsion fertilizer will almost always be gone after 24 hours since the application.

Why Fish Emulsion Fertilizer?

How to Apply Fish Emulsion Fertilizer

Fish emulsion fertilizer contains nutrients and minerals found in other commercially prepared fertilizers. Well in fact, fish emulsion fertilizer can even provide more nutrients and minerals than other organic fertilizers. There are numerous benefits of fish emulsion fertilizer, and one of which is that fish emulsion fertilizer can be made at home and it will not cost you a lot of money. Fish emulsion fertilizer is made from liquefied fish parts and mixed with water. Making your own fish emulsion fertilizer is very easy to do and it will not take you weeks before you can use your homemade fish emulsion fertilizer to your garden.

How to Apply Fish Emulsion Fertilizer?

To let your entire garden gain fish emulsion fertilizer’s full benefits, you will need to apply or use the fish emulsion fertilizer to your garden correctly. Here are some tips on how to apply or use the fish emulsion fertilizer correctly:

  1. You will need a garden sprayer that can accommodate at least 1 gallon amount of liquid in it.
  2. Pour 1 tablespoon of the concentrated fish emulsion fertilizer and mix 1 gallon of water inside the garden sprayer and close the garden sprayer tightly.
  3. Shake the solution gently until both the water and fish emulsion fertilizer are mixed properly.
  4. Face the nozzle of your garden sprayer to the leaves and stems of your plants and spray. Make sure that you will be able to cover all the parts of the leaves, including the bottom part of it, and the stem when spraying.
  5. Once you have covered all parts of your plants with the fish emulsion fertilizer, open the cover or lid of your fish emulsion fertilizer and pour the remaining fish emulsion fertilizer directly to the soil for the roots of your plants to absorb.