Alaska Fish Fertilizer

PadawanWarrior

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Fish dicks and octoballs
You reminded me of King Oscar's fish balls with that sentence. Fuck I miss those fish balls. It's really lame they stopped making them.

Fried fish balls, some fried sliced potatos and scrambled eggs is some good breakfast. I know most of you guy's think I'm crazy. It's all you haters fault they discontinued them, lol. I loved me some fish balls.

Am I the only one that misses these, lol?

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OldMedUser

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Hopefully those Alaskan fish aren't their famous Chinook salmon, otherwise the cost might be a bit prohibitive. Lol
The Alaska Fish Fertilizer one I have says 'Not for use inorganic food or crop production' and the MorBloom has a nice long list of heavy metals on it. Arsenic, Cadmium, Colbalt, Lead, Mercury and Nickel. Yum yum not to mention Phosphoric acid and Murate of Potash neither of which rate an OMRI label but the bottle doesn't have that either.

I believe the ferts are actually made in Indonesia now too as they don't say 'Product of USA' where the MoreBloom does.

If this is organic gardening I think I'll stick to bottled salts based ferts thank you very much. Lot easier and have no smell at all. :)

:peace:
 

PadawanWarrior

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The Alaska Fish Fertilizer one I have says 'Not for use inorganic food or crop production' and the MorBloom has a nice long list of heavy metals on it. Arsenic, Cadmium, Colbalt, Lead, Mercury and Nickel. Yum yum not to mention Phosphoric acid and Murate of Potash neither of which rate an OMRI label but the bottle doesn't have that either.

I believe the ferts are actually made in Indonesia now too as they don't say 'Product of USA' where the MoreBloom does.

If this is organic gardening I think I'll stick to bottled salts based ferts thank you very much. Lot easier and have no smell at all. :)

:peace:
Are you ordering it off Alibaba, lol?

JK. I just looked at my bottles of it and they don't say that. They say good for fruits and vegetables. Mine also have the OMRI logos.
 
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Canuck3

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The Alaska Fish Fertilizer one I have says 'Not for use inorganic food or crop production' and the MorBloom has a nice long list of heavy metals on it. Arsenic, Cadmium, Colbalt, Lead, Mercury and Nickel. Yum yum not to mention Phosphoric acid and Murate of Potash neither of which rate an OMRI label but the bottle doesn't have that either.

I believe the ferts are actually made in Indonesia now too as they don't say 'Product of USA' where the MoreBloom does.

If this is organic gardening I think I'll stick to bottled salts based ferts thank you very much. Lot easier and have no smell at all. :)

:peace:
That's very weird, the bottle I have is the same as the one in the amazon link I posted in the original post. OMRI listed, even says "for organic gardening" on the bottle. I don't have the Morbloom yet but I did read the ingredients at the store and it was just fishy stuff, didn't see any heavy metals or anything of that matter. I'll look again though to be sure.


Originally bought the 5-1-1 to use while my pots with Gaia Green are "cooking", then will move them into those pots after a few weeks. But I might still try a couple plants with the Alaska fertilizers from start to finish and see how they do compared to the Gaia ones. I'm sure they will all be good!
 
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