Fish Emulsion for tropical fruit trees
Since I have killed a couple of my tropical fruit trees, I've been very cautious when it comes to fertilizing them. So, I've been thinking if using fish emulsion is a better and safer way to go? Right now I need to fertilize a couple of my mango trees--one of them is a Carrie Mango. It has been in the ground for more than half a year and it's infact flowering now. The other mango is a Cogshell which I plan to keep it in a pot. Then I have a longan and a couple of lychee trees to fertlize too. I rather not do anything until I'm sure it will do them good. If fish emulsion is suitable, how much and how often should I use them? Would appreciate any feedback you may have.