interesting but it makes sense. most fish based fertilizers do seem to be all about nitrogen which is better for the vegetative growth. would make sense that it might stop flowering because you would be feeding plants with growth food.susitna-flower said:I use it all the time....just be aware that it is best on plants that you want green growth from, it may be too high in nitrogen for some plants you want to encourage to flower.
When I used it on African violets, it produced deformed leaves, and no flowers....It should also make great water for your garden, if you want to conserve and reuse your water......
very cool....I figured since two of my little buddies that didn't make it are already fertilizing my favorite plant I might as well try out the water as well.Butterfly said:I run the hose outside into the flower garden when I siphon and the flowers love it and I conserve water too. Can't beat that
water restrictions and the cost if you're on metered water like me! £48 a month water bill means I don't use the hose pipe if I can help it....water butts and re using tank water for me!.....no matter how hard I try though my monthly bill doesn't get any cheaper!!Alasse said:I use it for my plants all the time, severe water restrictions make you use every drop as best you can