Compost tea contains natural formulations of micronutrients and minerals, which improve soil nutrient retention. It also helps reduce the negative side effects of other chemical herbacides and pesticides in the ecosystem.
Seaweed is a rich source of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium and magnesium. These micronutrients improve drought resistance and help minimize affects of extreme temperature changes. Seaweed also increases soil mosture retention, improves nutrient assimilation, and promotes microbial life.
Fish emulsion contains high percentages of nitrogen for the development of green foliage, vigorous root systems and solid plant structure. Using fish for fertilizer is a sustainable way to use the waste product that would otherwise be thrown away.