Liquid Shrimp Grow Fertilizer
"NaturaTech uses a patented low temperature enzymatic hydrolysis to preserve the shrimps’ natural proteins, nutrients, hormones and vitamins. The nutrients are then readily available for the microbial and fungal life in the soil and for absorption and use by plants."
Biomax Shrimp Compost
BIOMAX Peat Shrimp compost contains a composted blend of Canadian Sphagnum peat moss, Shrimp shells and limestone (to adjust pH level). Sphagnum peat moss is a soil conditioner which improves water-holding capacity and soil texture. Shrimp shells are a source of calcium for growing plants. Compost are an organic source of nutrients."
Quoddy Blend Lobster Compost
"Quoddy Blend is made from composted crab, lobster and aspen bark. The crab and lobster shells are a rich source of calcium and chitin, the aspen bark a source of tannins and lignins. It's a blend that's perfect for your vegetable garden, especially for your tomatoes! The calcium content is beneficial for lilacs and roses too.
Segate Fish Fertilizer
Seagate Fish Fertilizer Concentrate (FFC) is an organic fertilizer derived from whole anchovies and sardines caught along the shores of Baja California. The highly concentrated powder in this container is made from and is the equivalent to 16 lbs. of whole fish. FFC is a multi-purpose long-lasting indoor/outdoor fertilizer that can be applied to flowers, trees, and vegetables, and last up to 4 to 5 months between applications."
Banana Crop Product
Keep Your Bananas Ripe by Spraying Them With Recycled Shrimp Shells (article)
"Science spends a lot of time taking care of bananas — inventing refrigerated ships, crushing acres' worth of them to come up with enough seeds to breed, and so on. Now a group of Chinese researchers are proposing a secondary banana coat, spraying Andrew W.K.'s favorite fruits with a hydrogel made from discarded shrimp shells."
Nuts in Your Garden
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Hand Sanitizers That Contain Nut Oils
From Avoiding Milk Protein
Non Food Items That Have Fish in Them