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Tuna Hydrolysate
Tuna Hydrolysate. Very High grade 100% Organic Fertiliser - Enormous potential for food Ingredient / flavour enhancer, plant, animal and aquatic feed
Barley
Rye grass and Barley with and without Tuna Hydrolysate treatment.
Exporting
Kevin Smith (with beard) in container load of Tuna Hydrolysate being loaded for export to Asia.

Canola

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Canola
Both of these Canola crops were planted on areas burnt out by the 2005 Eyre peninsula Bush fires.
The chemical crop on the left was planted a few weeks before the Tuna Hydrolysate crop on the right.

Canola
Treated with Tuna Hydrolysate.
Photo taken 12 September 2005
Photo 12 Sep
Treated with Chemical fertiliser.
Photo taken 12 September 2005
Photo 12 Sep
Treated with Tuna Hydrolysate.
Photo taken 12 September 2005
With Sampi tuna emulsion
With Tuna Hydrolysate.
Photo taken 12 September 2005
Canola without tuna emulsion
Canola crop without tuna hydrolysate.
Photo taken 4 October 2005
Canola with tuna emulsion
Canola crop with Tuna Hydrolysate.
Photo taken 4 October 2005
With Tuna Hydrolysate
With Tuna Hydrolysate
Photo taken 4 October 2005
Canola crop 30 Oct 2005
Canola crop without tuna hydrolysate.
Photo taken 30 October 2005
Canola crop with tuna hydrolysate 30 Oct 2005
Canola crop with Tuna Hydrolysate.
Photo taken 30 October 2005

Barley

Barley
The Barley crop on the left was treated with Tuna Hydrolysate, the crop on the right was treated with Superphosphate.

Rye Grass

Compare Barley
Tuna Hydrolysate treated strip on Right
Compare Barley
Tuna Hydrolysate treated strip on Left
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Ryegrass - tall spot where remainder of Tuna Hydrolysate was dumped
Ryegrass
Ryegrass, closeup

Orchids

Orchids
Orchids thrive on fish.
These were brought back from near dead.

Papaya

Papaya Papaya
Papaya fed on Tuna Hydrolysate producing prolific quantities of fruit at a young age.
Note the papaya tree trunk. Small and thin but the pods huge and plenty.



Zucchini

Zucchinis field
This crop of .35 ha of zucchinis was planted as seed with our own compost as preplant fertiliser. A fortnight after planting we commenced an application of 20 litres of Hydrolysate per week through the drippers.
We commenced picking 5 weeks after planting, and picked 1.4 tonnes during the first week of production, during the first 4 weeks of production we picked 6 tonnes of fruit.



Avacado

Avacado
Avacados in Northern Queensland. Tuna Hydrolysate treated. Very good leaf growth; high yield of large, shiny fruit.



Banana

Banana
Bananas in northern Queensland. Tuna Hydrolysate treated. Very healthy tree with good sucker growth and large bunches.



Stock

Cow Eric Harvey, runs Geuri Pastoral company near Dubbo in NSW. He suffered a massive heart attack some years back; doctors could not explain why and said he had little time to live. The naturopath said the cause was lack of nutrient in the foods he was consuming and was right. Eric had set about producing his own food starting by throwing out all the herbicides, pesticides and chemical based fertilizers. Then, re-building the soil biology via the use of organic matter and compost teas based on fish hydrolysate. The result has been nutrient rich home grown fruit and veg and native pastures providing nutritious feed for the cattle which are now putting on 3kg per head per day and average similar omega 3 levels as a fish.
Eric is still alive and is now healthy again.
This calf was 542kg at 13 mths and had a meat yield of 71%
grass Warrego grass
grass Warrego grass
These photos were all taken in the middle of January 2008. All summer natives - Mainly Paspalidium Constrictum (Warrego Grass, Box Grass) with a few others. Have identified 25 different species here. Warrego grass is at times up to 28% crude protein, averages about 15 to 21% - outperforms lucerne. Photos on right are photos of Warrego. These paddocks had 120 days rest before the "mob" comes round again. We are currently working on 150 day rest period and the paddock is grazed for 2 to 4 days every 150.
Cheers Eric



Grapes

Autumn Royal Grapes Autumn Royal grapes on the left,
and Thompson Seedless grapes below.
Thompson seedless grapes Thompson seedless grapes
The viticulture industry is a major user of Tuna Hydrolysate. These vines have been grown on fish; yields improved 15-30% within 2 years.



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