Fish Sh!t Organic Soil Conditioner
Brought to you by Fish Head Farms, Rhode Island.
Fish Sh!t is derived from feeding tilapia a proprietary mix of feed that when digested lends itself nicely to bacteria and microorganism production/growth under proper conditions. Fish Sh!t is the first of its kind ecosystem in a bottle. By introducing a wide variety of beneficial bacteria and microorganisms in to the rhizosphere, Fish Sh!t creates an optimal symbiotic relationship between plant and soil. Never before has a company introduced an all living biological success story to the market.
Why Fish Sh!t… the answer is simple, it puts you first. We have your health and well-being on the top of our priority list. With the state of the market our competitors are rushing product to market with blatant disregard for the health of the consumer. Whether the consumer is smoking, vaping or cooking with their end material they can have the peace of mind that they are not introducing harmful agents into their bodies. This key factor drives our development team to produce the cleanest most natural product on the market…….. Fish Sh!t!
Increases Yield up to 20%! — Increases Flavor! — Increases Nutrient Uptake!
Fish Sh!t is currently available online in multiple sizes to meet your various growing needs (80ml, 120ml, 250ml, & 500ml). Please see the products page for purchases and pricing or look at our store locator for convenient local purchases and pick-up at a partner near you.
*Please contact us directly for larger bottle sizes (10 liter, 20 liter, & 200 liter).
Rhizosphere describes the plant-root interface (soil or hydro).
The rhizosphere is the area around a plant root that is inhabited by a unique population of microorganisms influenced by the chemicals released from plant roots. Except for carbon fixation by photosynthesis, plants obtain all other elements primarily from soil through roots.
Scientists are just beginning to understand how communications at the rhizosphere with soil organisms and other plant species, affect root exudates and nutrient uptake (Rhizosphere Journal).
The rhizosphere definition has been refined to include three zones which are defined based on their relative proximity to, and thus influence from, the root (See Figure 1). The endorhizosphere includes portions of the cortex and endodermis in which microbes and cations can occupy the “free space” between cells (apoplastic space).
The rhizoplane is the medial zone directly adjacent to the root including the root epidermis and mucilage. The outermost zone is the ectorhizosphere which extends from the rhizoplane out into the bulk soil. As might be expected because of the inherent complexity and diversity of plant root systems the rhizosphere is not a region of definable size or shape, but instead, consists of a gradient in chemical, biological and physical properties which change both radially and longitudinally along the root.
Healthy soils high in organic matter and with a biologically diverse food web support plant health and nutrition better than soils low in organic matter and soil microbial diversity. In addition to supporting vigorous growth of plants better able to tolerate pest damage healthy soils also contain many natural enemies of insect pests, including insect predators, pathogenic fungi, and insect-parasitic nematodes.
The Diverse population of the Organisms in Fish Sh!t are what sets it apart from other products.