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Congratulations To Our Latest Winner!
Denise Thompson with her photo "2 Bee or Not To Bee" is our latest winner of our new Photo Contest.
The contest was held on our FACEBOOK Fan page here www.Facebook.com/theMulch.
Denise uploaded this great photo and got the most votes and is the winner of One 32 lb. Bag of Organic Humus Compost AND One 64 Ounce Container of Humus Compost Tea a $57.90 value (includes shipping in the continental United States).
Our next contest will start soon, so be sure to check back often!!!
Do you have a question about the contest - contact us and we'll help you out!
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Fishnure is an excellent product for providing nutrients for gardens, patio, lawn or vegetable plants. It is an economical alternative to chemical products that damage the environment. Fishnure provides long lasting benefits to the soil rather than the short term benefits from chemical fertilizers. It mixes readily with water and can be applied as a liquid or as a solid.
Fishnure is an organic fertilizer and soil conditioning humus compost made from fish manure. It is made by a microbial and thermophilic composting process that adds nutrient capturing inoculates and clay to form humus compost. Humus compost is organic matter combined with clay, broken down by microbes then polymerized by microbes into humus. The clay provides the necessary structure for the polymers to form. The polymers are formed by a process that continues for about 5 weeks after the nitrogen and carbon sources have been decomposed into normal compost. The fish manure used in the process is the solid waste from a high protein diet excreted by fish in a raceway environment where the solid waste can be captured and removed quickly from the water before nutrients can leach from the waste.