Alaska Fish Fertilizer

OldMedUser

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$20 for the 32oz bottle from my local flower nursery here in town (BC, Canada). Cheaper than amazon somehow... You don't see that very often!
32oz is 1 US quart and as it takes 4 quarts to make a gallon that's $80/gal so still not cheap. An Imperial quart like we used to have here in Canaduh is 40oz with a proper pint of beer being 20oz which was reduced to a US pint, 16oz, 40 years back to make more money for the pubs. I raised hell when they did that. :)

:peace:
 

myke

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32oz is 1 US quart and as it takes 4 quarts to make a gallon that's $80/gal so still not cheap. An Imperial quart like we used to have here in Canaduh is 40oz with a proper pint of beer being 20oz which was reduced to a US pint, 16oz, 40 years back to make more money for the pubs. I raised hell when they did that. :)

:peace:
Yeah but 16oz of Canadian beer and youll forget all about that.
 

T.H.Cammo

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It's probably all the guts and nasty parts when they process all the salmon. But I really have no idea.
You are right PW, that's exactly what it is my freind! I imagine it's salmon and whatever else they caught that day - but what the Hell (right).

I use both kinds of Alaska Fish Emulsion + 2 kinds of Bat Guano to "coax" my otherwise "nuetral" and "mild" nutrients between Veg and Flower. Let me explain:

I start with a "Just Add Water" soil mix - but - the NPK numbers are "a little weak" but fairly well balanced. For the Veg cycle, I add a little of the Alaska 5-1-1 and a little Mexican Bat Guano, as a tea. Then, for the Flower cycle, I switch to Alaska Morbloom and Indonesian Bat Guano.
 

PadawanWarrior

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You are right PW, that's exactly what it is my freind! I imagine it's salmon and whatever else they caught that day - but what the Hell (right).

I use both kinds of Alaska Fish Emulsion + 2 kinds of Bat Guano to "coax" my otherwise "nuetral" and "mild" nutrients between Veg and Flower. Let me explain:

I start with a "Just Add Water" soil mix - but - the NPK numbers are "a little weak" but fairly well balanced. For the Veg cycle, I add a little of the Alaska 5-1-1 and a little Mexican Bat Guano, as a tea. Then, for the Flower cycle, I switch to Alaska Morbloom and Indonesian Bat Guano.
Nice. I've been experimenting with different guano's. But I'm just top dressing it. I also have the Mexican, Indonesian, Madagascan, and a couple more. I have Peruvian too, but haven't used that yet I don't think. Of course I have the DTE bat guano and sea guano too, lol.

The seabird is the only one that I've had any burn with and I didn't give it much. It wasn't bad, but it burnt some newly forming pistils in early flower the last time I used it without cooking it first. The plant recovered fine, but I didn't like seeing pistils burning.
 
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