MicroLife Ocean Harvest 4-2-3

5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

Full Strength Multi-Purpose Organic Fertilizer

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The liquid version of our granular MicroLife 6-2-4. Some people call it ‘Lazarus Juice’ because of its restorative powers to plants. Use as a foliar nutritional spray, bio-stimulate, mineralizer, microbial enhancer and as a complete fertilizer. Ocean Harvest 4-2-3 is fast acting as it is readily absorbed through the leaves and roots. Plants become stronger with more beautiful color and more resistant to problems of stress, pest insects and disease.

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Ocean Harvest 4-2-3

is expertly crafted using the ingredients of Fish Hydrolysate, Ecklonia Maxima Kelp, Blackstrap Molasses, Humic Acid, Fulvic Acid, Select Amino Acids, Arcanite, Calcium Phosphate, Select Sugars and Tryptic Soy Agar (go-go juice for plants) that gives your plants and soils over 100+ nutrients, minerals, natural plant hormones, natural plant stimulators, vitamins, carbon and protein. No heat is used in the manufacturing process to ensure purity of ingredients.

Ocean Harvest 4-2-3

will not burn and is completely safe to use. All plants love Ocean Harvest.

Rates:

As a Root Stimulator: 1–2 oz per gal of water. Soak roots well
Deep Root Feeding of Trees; 2 gal per 100 gal of water
Foliar: 2 oz per gal of water. Or by the 1,000 sq ft;
6–8 oz mixed with sufficient water. Spray every 2–4 weeks

Sizes Available:

Qt • Gal • 55 gal Drum • 275 gal Tote

2 reviews for MicroLife Ocean Harvest 4-2-3

  1. 5 out of 5

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    This stuff does not disappoint. It has everything to not only feed your plants without burning them with nutrients, but it as well feeds all of the microbes in the soil. I tried it once 4 years ago and have never looked back. Compare it to any other soil/plant treatment, and you might see what I’m talking about.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    Using this on my flowers and they took off with healthy growth. Some that were suffering from transplanting started to bloom. Good stuff.

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