Fish IT was developed using a biological process extracting 20 amino acids obtained from the process of enzymatic hydrolysis. Taking waste mortality from NZ salmon farms makes it 100% sustainable following a 360 degree model of the circular economy to make fish hydrolysate beneficial for the health of soil, animals, and humans – making Fish IT a perfect product to supplement a sustainable and productive agricultural sector.
Reduce the use of costly inputs
A healthy soil is composed of a functioning microbial ecosystem that more efficiently uses nutrients, builds soil structure, retains moisture and combats pathogen pressure.
The benefit of building healthier soil
- Reduce potentially costly synthetic fertilisers applications.
- Increase your productivity by enhancing nutrient pathways.
- Increase water absorption supports the plants’ tolerance to drought.
- Provides the building blocks to promote healthy, productive animals.
- Promote plant growth and increases agricultural yields.
- Balanced nutrition and optimisation of synthetic fertilisers when taking a hybrid approach.
Meet the environmental challenge
Biological products help maintain productivity while reducing environmental impact levels. They help to reduce nitrate and phosphate dependance without harming pasture growth.
A reduction in inputs to optimal levels ultimately leads to a balanced nutritional food cycle, leading to a drastic environmental change of chemical leaching into our streams, rivers, and oceans.
“After a six-week trial comparing Fish It to urea, the results were black and white. Abundant nitrogen-fixing clover in the Fish It paddock and almost non-existent clover in the urea paddock. We have now cut right back on our urea usage across the entire farm.”Cat StevensonDairy Farmer, Taranaki
“It is a straight forward process to apply Fish It using a large nozzle sprayer on the Tow and Fert. If required, we can mix other macro nutrients with Fish It for a more efficient uptake in a single application.”Rudi WoutersenApplicator, R & J Agrispray, Invercargill
“With the addition of Fish It we now use 70% less urea across the entire farm, we have better pastures, better crops, healthier animals and no need for pesticides. We don’t need to buy in bales for feed any more because we’ve increased our output.”Georgie GallowayLivestock & Mixed Cropping Farmer, Southland
“Eating food is something that we all do, growing it responsibly is a problem that affects everyone, everywhere. Taking waste from one area of food production, and turning it into a product to boost production in another - Genius!”David NationConsumer / Townie