Gary Klump


I believe foliar spraying soybeans with Neptune's Harvest Liquid Fish Fertilizer gives you three major benefits:

  1. Larger and greener leaves
  2. A healthy plant
  3. Higher test weight

My beans for the last three years (2008-2010), regardless of the weather, have weighed 57# to the bushel. I feel the fish fertilizer is well worth the cost.

Gary Klump
Appleton, NY

Chemically Grown vs. Organically Grown


Corn on the left (chemically grown)

  • 10 ears
  • Planted April 15th
  • Applied 150 lbs. of Nitrogen
  • Pale green color on leaves
  • Large dead and diseased areas on leaves
  • Leaves are firm and brittle
  • Leaves folding into a 'V' shape
  • Leaves are very dry
  • Ears are showing severe stunting and major "tip back"
  • Butts of ears are deformed
  • Pollination is not uniform
  • Cobs are hooking
  • Remaining corn in field is dying and not producing much sugar

Corn on the right (organically grown)

  • 9 ears
  • Planted May 22nd
  • Applied 10 gallons of Fish Fertilizer (also Manure tea, and Azotobacter)
  • Corn never stunted
  • Leaves samples show very little disease
  • Leaves are a rich green color
  • Leaves are soft in texture and supple
  • Ears are not deformed
  • Pollination is uniform
  • Cobs are not hooking
  • Remaining corn in field is alive, very healthy and producing sugar (see photo below)


Kent Friedrichsen
Perry, Iowa

Lauren Potter


Here are a few pictures of the flowers I grew this year with the help of Neptune's Harvest Fish & Seaweed Blend Fertilizer. This was the first time I had ever used it and I was so pleased with the results. The window boxes on the front of the house are filled with white impatiens, and the other two window boxes are primarily geraniums. If we don't get a killing frost soon, we won't be able to see out the windows!

They did so well this year, much better than previous years when I used Miracle-Gro. Your product is amazing and I have recommended it to everyone. Thanks so much! :-)

Thanks again,

Lauren Potter
Syracuse, NY

Noreen Leary

As I am on my way out to fertilize, I just have to say that this is the best fertilized we have ever used! Things literally seem to grow overnight!

The sales associates at my local garden center recommend it over all other products, and the results speak for theselves. I would recommend it to anyone.

Noreen Leary
Burlington, MA

Steve Connolly

Every year my soil tests indicate a need for amendments and replenishments because in this sport of extreme Giant Pumpkin gardening I know that the roots of my plants are always searching the surrounding soil rhizosphere, for nutrient sources in order to produce some exceptionally large Atlantic Giant fruits.

So to keep up with the demands of my plants by using fast acting Neptune's Harvest fertilizers, and I keep a couple aged leaf compost piles ready to use. They are usually packed with red wriggler worms, and nutrient rich worm castings. But I think the foliar applications of Organic Neptune's Harvest Fish and Seaweed, are most important, for my plants health. My young Pumpkin Plants and leaves were always very healthy, green, and fast growing, after spraying a Neptune's Harvest Fish/Seaweed/Compost solution on them.

This year I increased the foliar spray applications of Neptune's Fish and Seaweed to my plants, from weekly to almost a biweekly rate during July and August but mostly during early August when the Giant Pumpkins entered their Rapid Growth Phase. For 2 weeks this plant was growing at about 40 lbs per day. I firmly believe foliar sprayed Neptune's Harvest seaweed helped to keep the vigor in the green leaves, and the roots healthy; while the Pumpkin was drawing so much energy out of the ground, that the dirt would be dry at the end of every mid summer day. And my 1568 pound Giant Pumpkin, which was receiving more of your organic Fish emulsion fertilizer than my other plants just would not stop growing, while the plant leaves remained green, healthy, and somewhat mildew resistant, up till late September. Unfortunately a small area of this pumpkin, under the stem was a little over ripe and a small leak was noted at the Fair, so it was displayed for exhibition only. But the fact remains that she did grow to an amazing weight, and it was the largest Giant Pumpkin grown in the world, in 2008.

Thanks again,

Steve Connolly
Sharon, MA