Introducing Pacific Gro
Pacific Gro produces highly bio-active liquid fertilizer from fish, shrimp, and also crab caught in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Washington and Oregon.
We have been a leader in the cold-process enzymatic digestion of fish scrap for over 13 years. In 2013 we developed a process to include crab shells and also shrimp shells in liquid fertilizer. This combination of fish, shrimp, and crab has proven to be so bio-active in the soil, and so rich in diverse nutrients, that it has become recognized as far superior to fish fertilizer or fish hydrolysate.
Pacific Gro Products
Pacific Gro products are suitable for organic farming and in biological programs that complement chemical fertility programs. These regenerative programs restore soil health and add carbon back to the soil. Beneficial fungi, fed by fish oil, establish a healthy fungal balance and builds soil humus. Nitrogen is in amino acid form – the most efficient form of N, which also chelates other nutrients for availability. Calcium from fishbone and crab and shrimp shell is highly available. Both products are liquid and screened to 150 mesh. They are suitable for drip irrigation, injection systems, and foliar spraying. You can find dilution rates as well as usage in our Application Guide.
- Pacific Gro Sea Phos was developed with the liquefied fishbone that provides highly plant-available phosphorous and calcium, amino acid nitrogen, and other marine nutrients. High phosphate formula made of salmon and fishbone. Important at planting to promote roots, and later in the season to promote reproductive energy. $1960 per 265-gallon IBC tote
- Pacific Gro Oceanic Hydrolysate products are suitable for use in fertigation, drip irrigation, and also foliar spray equipment. Achieving suspension of micronized crab and shrimp shell in a liquid that will not clog fertigation emitters is a unique innovation. The core product for soil health, made of salmon, crab shell and shrimp shell. Provides chitin, plant-available calcium and amino acid nitrogen. $1590 per 265-gallon IBC tote.
Agronomy and Application Advice
Mark Dodd, VP – Agronomy & Development