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Q: Liquid Fish a Fertilizer for Grasses

By on May 26, 2009

Question from a PVFS customer sent by email and an answer from our staff.


I heard of liquid fish and other kinds of plant aids a few days ago and would appreciate your advice.  What would you recommend for Fescue grasses, Bermuda grasses , Kentucky Bluegrass, and a variety of clovers grasses?  And approximately how much should be applied to an acre?  What would be approximate cost?

Thank you for your consideration on this matter.


Yes, liquid fish is great for grasses as well as other plants!  The rate is 10-20 gal/acre, the cost is $49.99 per 5 Gal, $219.00 per 55 Gallon drum (plus shipping and tax).  Another excellent liquid to consider is Aerated Compost Tea.  We sell it at here in Grass Valley, CA to local customers and the response has been tremendous for lawns, ornamentals, veggies, etc.  You might check around your area for it.  For ordering products for producing Compost tea click here.

Thanks you for growing organically!

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