Pacific Gro 2-2-0.3 Oceanic Hydrolysate w/ 10% Biochar

(9 customer reviews)

$18.00$1,850.00

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Description

Biochar in liquid suspension, loaded with nutrients from ocean fish, crab and shrimp, stabilized with acid and vortexed together to solubilize the carbon in a colloidal suspension.

Facilitates humic formation to build up soil organic matter and improve soil tilth, particularly by growth of fungal hyphae.

A valuable fertilizer / amendment for transitioning ground to organic practices, because of its tilth and soil biology benefits.  Also improves sandy soil.

Biochar increases the cation exchange capacity (CEC) of soil, which protects nutrients from leaching away and presents them in plant available form.

Particularly effective in combination with mycorrhizal fungi.

Screened to 150 mesh for use in irrigation and sprayers

OMRI Listed for Organic Food Production   (OMRI number pac-6470)

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1 Gallon, 2.5 Gallons, 30 Gallons, 265 Gallons

9 reviews for Pacific Gro 2-2-0.3 Oceanic Hydrolysate w/ 10% Biochar

  1. Nicholas M. (verified owner)

    Great product and excellent price

  2. Gary W. (verified owner)

    Good balance for vegetables. Not too much nitrogen. Like the biochar. Feeds good with my fertigator.

  3. abe salazar (verified owner)

    fast shipping, my plants are loving it. would buy again

  4. Frank (verified owner)

    Love this stuff as a tea additive!

  5. Robert Miller (verified owner)

    My first order from Concentrates. It couldn’t have gone smoother. Quick shipping and delivery. Thanks for such great service.

  6. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Perfect for compost teas

  7. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Past experience with this product has been excellent.

  8. Jen L. (verified owner)

    my seedlings love this nutrient

  9. Joe

    I had a 190 year old Douglas fir that was very stressed out due to new home construction and cutting out a large driveway and compaction. This product used 4 times and some organic fertilizer and bagged chicken manure and water saved our tree named Gus.

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