People often have different ideas of what constitutes an organic fertilizer. To us, an organic fertilizer is one that comes from plants, animals and mined minerals and not a bizarre synthetic compound made in the laboratory.
An organic plant fertilizer could be seaweed, alfalfa meal, corn gluten meal, cottonseed meal or Green manures. Organic Animal fertilizers are products like blood meal, bone meal, fish meal, and composted chicken manure. An organic mined mineral that is ideal for fertilizers would be limestone, soft rock phosphate and gypsum. Any combination of organic fertilizer will feed soil organisms who produce living cover crops turned into the soil. An orgaic animal fertilizer could be plant food in a plant available form.
We do not assure the conformity of any of the fertilizers we sell on this website to the organic standards of any certifying agencies. Nonetheless, all fertilizers featured are, to the best of our knowledge, "organic" (unless otherwise noted) as defined by the state of California as of January 2002. We do also have products which are OMRI listed and/or that meet the USDA National Organic Program (NOP), as of January 2002.
This water soluble, concentrated plant food mixture is designed to easily spray on plants of any kind. Made with seaweed and ocean fish harvested from the ocean waters of Maine.