Definition: Fish emulsion is an organic fertilizer. It is a liquid fertilizer made from byproducts of the fish oil and fish meal industry. Fish emulsion is appropriate for many uses in the garden, but is especially useful as a lawn fertilizer in early spring and to feed leafy green vegetables, due to its higher nitrogen content. The NPK ratio for fish emulsion is generally 5-3-3. Fish emulsion is a concentrate, which you dilute with water and apply to your lawn or garden. It can have a strong fishy odor, but deodorized fish emulsion is commonly available as well.
Also Known As: Fish fertilizer, liquid fish emulsion
Examples:I fertilize my lawn every spring with fish emulsion using a hose-end sprayer.