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Liquid Fish Hydrolysate


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Supercharge your soil fertility and discover the many benefits of SONIC Liquid Fish Hydrolysate, cold fermented, chelated mineral concentrate, packed with minerals, trace elements and beneficial microbes.

Liquid Fish Hydrolysate

Biological Fertiliser

Chelated Mineral & Trace Element Concentrate

    Containing a rich source of protein derived minerals, SONIC Fish Hydrolysate Fertiliser is a cold processed liquid concentrate, delivering amino acids, oils, starches and a wide spectrum of major and macronutrients.

    • Feeds soil microbes and fungi
    • Provides complete fish protein
    • Improves plant root development
    • Aids soil moisture holding abilities
    • Rich in beneficial fish oils
    • Low odor compared to fish emulsions

    No fillers, additives or preservatives

    Fish Hydrolysate - Bulk Supplies

    SONIC Liquid Fish Hydrolysate Fertiliser is produced using whole ocean fish waste leftovers from processing. 

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    Liquid Fish Storage

    Biological Products are best used within 3-6 months to get the maximum benefits.  Do not store in diluted form.
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    *Allow up to 10 weeks processing of products to enable maximum shelf-life.

    Top 5 Benefits: Liquid Fish Hydroysate

    SONIC Liquid Fish Hydrolysate Fertiliser offers several benefits including improved plant nutrition, organic sustainability, enhanced soil health, increased plant resilience, and versatile application methods. By incorporating this 100% natural fertiliser into your spraying routine, you can look forward to promoting healthy plants and achieving bountiful harvests.

    1. Nutrient-rich and Bio-available

    Liquid Fish Hydrolysate is a concentrated source of essential nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium that have been cold-processed to become bio-available and easy to uptake by plants and soil microbes. These nutrients are crucial for the healthy growth and development of plants, promoting stronger roots, vibrant foliage, and abundant blooms.

    2. All Natural and Sustainable

    Fish Hydrolysate Fertiliser is derived from marine sources, making it an environmentally friendly choice. It is produced through a natural biological fermentation process that breaks down fish waste into a nutrient-dense liquid. The organic nature of this product makes it safe to use around children, animals, and wildlife.

    3. Improves Soil Health and Fertility

    The application of liquid Fish Hydrolysate can enhance soil fertility by replenishing important trace elements and micronutrients that may be lacking in the soil. It also helps improve soil structure by promoting microbial activity, feeding beneficial fungi, increasing water retention capacity, and reducing nutrient leaching.

    4. Increases Plant Resilience

    Regular use of Fish Hydrolysate Fertiliser can strengthen plants’ immune systems, making them more resistant to diseases, pests, and environmental stressors such as drought or extreme temperatures. This leads to healthier plants that are better equipped to withstand adverse conditions.

    5. Versatile Applications

    The low odor of Fish Hydrolysate, compared to emulsions, makes it more appealing for use in various applications. It can be used as a foliar spray, soil drench, or added directly to irrigation systems without causing unpleasant smells. Liquid Fish Hydrolysate can be used on various types of plants including pasture grasses, herbs, vegetables, fruits, flowers, trees, and shrubs.

    Fish Hydrolysate versus Fish Emulsion Fertiliser

    Fish hydrolysate fertiliser and fish emulsion fertiliser are two different forms of fish-based fertilisers that are commonly used in gardening and agriculture. While both products are derived from fish, there are some key differences between them.

    SONIC Fish hydrolysate is a liquid fertiliser made by breaking down whole fish or fish parts into liquid using a cold fermentation process. This process involves the use of natural bacteria and lactic acids to break down the proteins, oils, and other nutrients present in the fish into a more readily available form for plants. The resulting liquid is rich in essential nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, amino acids, and micronutrients.

    On the other hand, fish emulsion fertiliser is also a liquid fertiliser made from whole or parts of fish but undergoes a different production process. Fish emulsion is typically created by cooking or boiling the fish to extract its nutrients. The resulting liquid contains similar nutrients to fish hydrolysate but may have a slightly different nutrient profile due to variations in production methods.

    One advantage of using fish hydrolysate over fish emulsion fertiliser is that it tends to have a milder odor compared to the strong smell associated with some types of fish emulsions. Additionally, because fish hydrolysate is produced through a cold process breakdown rather than cooking or boiling, it can retain more beneficial nutrients, enzymes and bioactive compounds.  The end result is a product that can offer a great deal of fungal and microbial food, as well as promote plant growth and soil health.

    Read article – ‘Turning Fish Waste into Premium Fish Hydrolysate Fertiliser’.

    What is a ‘Hydrolysate’ Fertiliser?

    There are different approaches to producing a hydrolysate fertiliser. In the context of agriculture, hydrolysate refers to a type of fish fertiliser that is derived from cold processed whole fish using an enzymatic process.

    The production of hydrolysate involves breaking down the fish into smaller components such as proteins, amino acids, and other organic compounds. SONIC Natural Farming use a biological fermentation process which helps to retain the nutritional value and beneficial properties of the fish while making it more readily, or bio-available for plant uptake.

    Fish Hydrolysate is commonly used in agriculture as a natural and sustainable source of nutrients for plants. It provides essential elements like nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, as well as trace elements and organic matter that is beneficial for soil health and plant growth.  SONIC Fish Hydrolysate has no added fillers or synthetic minerals, is 100% natural and therefore 100% environmentally friendly.

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    Hydrolysate Benefits

    One of the advantages of using hydrolysate as a fertiliser is its ability to release nutrients slowly over time. This gradual nutrient release ensures that plants receive a steady supply of nourishment without the risk of over-fertilisation or nutrient leaching.

    Furthermore, hydrolysate, derived from whole fish for example, often contains additional bioactive compounds such as growth-promoting hormones and enzymes, that can dramatically enhance plant growth and productivity. These compounds can also help improve root development, increase nutrient absorption, stimulate microbial activity in the soil, and enhance crop yield.

    Overall, hydrolysate derived from cold processed whole fish offers agricultural practitioners an effective and sustainable option for providing essential nutrients to their crops while promoting healthy soil fertility.

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