ProBio Carbon Products are available to the UK and EU; products sold by Bonsai4me.com/shop are distributed into the EU from Ireland.
A new product developed in autumn 2021. Probio Iasc Enhanced Fish Emulsion Fertilizer is a fish extract based fertiliser containing 3.5% nitrogen (0.5% insoluble), available phosphate 2% and soluble potash 1.5%. Also contains biochar extract to increase the organic matter, cationic exchange capacity and microbial activity in the soil.
Promotes strong and vigorous growth. A quick fertilizing nutrient fix for hungry trees.
I litre bottle, dilute to 1% for trees in refinement for trees in development. Apply once every two weeks during the growing season.
THIS PRODUCT HAS A HIGH NITROGEN CONTENT AND CAN BURN THE ROOTS OF YOUR TREE IF NOT DILUTED SUFFICIENTLY! Dilute with water by at least 1:100. This equates to no more than 70ml of Fish Emulsion per standard 7 litre water can.
TAKEN FROM "Probio Carbon Bonsai Products- their use and application" leaflet by Graham Morris, Mark and Rita Cooper.
Iasc is our fish hydrolysate bonsai food. Originating from the Northwestern Irish coast and with an NPK value of 3.5/2/1.5, Iasc is a 100% Irish organic feed/ bio stimulant which benefits from the addition of our biochar to increase the organic matter, cationic exchange capacity and microbial activity in the soil. Iasc promotes root development and general vigour and disease/ stress resistance in treated plants. In common with all Probio carbon products, it contributes to the colonisation of the root zone with beneficial bacteria, which is the backbone of good plant health. Storage of lasc lasc should be stored in a dark, cool place, ideally in a refrigerator at approx. 4ºC. It is best used within 6 months from the date of manufacture but has an expiry date of 12 months when stored correctly. Application of lasc lasc is diluted with water at a rate of 10ml per litre (1%) for trees in refinement or 20ml per litre (2%) for trees in development. Apply at a maximum frequency of every two weeks throughout the growing season. Because of its nitrogen content we do not recommend foliar application.