Drammatic “ONE” Organic Plant Food is an all natural, 100% organic liquid fish fertilizer which also includes Kelp, Chilean Nitrate and Drammatic Energizer. Liquid fish is one of the finest natural fertilizers available, containing all the macro and micro-nutrients required for healthy plant growth. Regular applications of fish fertilizer can help bacteria and other beneficial organisms grow and build rich, healthy, well aerated soil. Available in one or five gallon containers. OMRI Listed. Specifications Analysis: 4-4-0.5 Certification: OMRI Listed Guaranteed Analysis Total Nitrogen (N)………………… 4.0% 3.75% Water Soluble Nitrogen 0.25% Water Insoluble Nitrogen Available Phosphate (P20S)…… 4.0% Soluble Potash (K20)……………. 1.0% Application Directions: Separation is natural and may occur. Shake well before using. Do not mix more than will be used in one day. Avoid storing diluted fertilizer. May also be used with hose-end sprinklers.For Vegetables and Flowers: 1-2 ounces (30-60 mL) Drammatic “ONE” to 1 gallon (3.8 L) of water. Apply to 20 square feet (1.9 sq. meters) every 1 week while growing.For Trees and Shrubs: Punch 1 foot (30 cm) deep holes 2 feet (60 cm) apart in the ground throughout the shaded area of the tree or shrub. Pour 4 ounces (120 mL) of Drammatic “ONE” in each hole for conifers, less for fruit trees, more for shade trees.For Foliar Feeding: Dilute 1 ounce (30 mL) Drammatic “ONE” to 1 gallon (3.8L) water. Spray on plant foliage. Do not apply during the heat of the day, evening or early morning hours are best. Foliar fertilization is intended as a supplement to a regular fertilization program. Apply twice a month while growing.For Indoor Plants: 1 ounce (30 mL) Drammatic “ONE” to 1 gallon (3.8 L) water. Apply twice a month as regular plant watering. Diagram Fig. A – Drammatic Liquid Fish hydrolysates contain the natural oils, amino acids, nutrients and minerals found in fish. In addition the fertilizer blends include natural ingredients for the needs of different plants. Fig. B – In contrast, the majority of fish fertilizers on the market today are known as “emulsions”. First the fish is cooked and the oil removed for paints and cosmetics. Then the protein is removed and dried to make fish meal for livestock feeds. The remaining waste water is condensed into a brown, thick liquid called a fish “emulsion”.
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