There are different kinds of fish fertilizer on the market today. The main difference is cold pressed has all aminos and healthy bacteria this also means more micro nutrients. Both have NPK values of 5-1-1. We have use both of these products at around 300ppm with great results always remember to check Ph level and adjust to 6 to 6.5
A sq ft planter is approximately a 12 inch planter usually 5 gallon
Alfalfa pellets (3-1-2) 40g/sq ft
corn gluten (6-0-0) 15g/ sq ft
bird guano (10-3-1) 25g/ sq ft
soybean meal (6-1-15) 20g/ sq ft
worm castings (1-0-0) 150g/ sq ft
kelp (1-1-2) 15g/ sq ft
insect manure/ frass (4-3-2) 35g/ sq ft
fish emulsion (5-2-2) 1ml sq ft or as directed on label
cotton seed meal (6-2-2) 20g/sq ft
bone meal (2-11-0 25g/sq ft
blood meal (12-0-0) 10g/ sq ft
You can use these in a dry soil mix or in teas.
is high in nitrogen, vitamin A folic acid, potassium, calcium and other trace mineral. to use in a tea or alone works fine. You can use fresh alfalfa or dried both work well.
is a prehistoric plant that gets is nutrients from deep in the soil witch include potassium, silica and iron. SILICA helps build stock strength
Willow bark extract
is good for promoting new root growth in cuttings and general growth. I have used with success but too buy the extract was about 20$ can.
Frass / insect poop
is very important and can be used through out the plants life cycle. It helps build a strong immune system against powdery mildew, downy mildew and late blight and grey mold. Insect frass comes in many forms but all of it is beneficial to cannabis plants. we use it in a tea at 1/2 cup per 5 gallons water let sit overnight should be around 300 ppm adjust to 6 too 6.5 and water in or top dress.
Here is a thread that list all NPK values for organic use.
Have fun with it
Remember you are what you grow
we use Gaia Green Products as well as just natural ingredients like bananas, cantalope , vegie scraps
These are more links to organic cannabis bloom recipes the first one is fermented fruit
hit the link this recipe works