World Record

Largest mango ever grown in North America or South America and second largest in the world. This Mammoth mango weight over 5 pounds, and yes we only used free fertilizer.

World Record Mango on the left, Valencia Pride on the right

City water has over 5 parts per million of chlorination which affects the plants ability to absorb nutrition. All water needs to be filtered to a carbon water tank. Free Fertilizer will not be able to service customers with chlorinated water that is non-filtered. The chlorination affects our products performance.

Water Filter Tank
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Below are several frequently asked questions about Free Fertilizer.

For more any further questions or information contact:
Richard Eckstein
(239) 565-3150

[accordion]  [acc_item title=”Who are we?”]Free Fertilizer is a free, all-natural alternative to free you, your plants, and the environment from the hazards of chemical fertilizer pollution.[/acc_item]
[acc_item title=”Why is it free? “] We are giving away our fertilizer for free in order  to stop chemical fertilizer pollution, and give people a far superior choice, straight from Mother Nature. [/acc_item]

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We didn’t make it. Nature did.

We apply a liquid solution that comes from the leaf matter of trees that lived 800-years ago. These trees stored the essential nutrients that they needed to grow from the leaf litter that fell around them. We harvest this material, liquefy it, put it in a tank with water, stir it constantly up the point of delivery to keep the keep the nutrients suspended in the water. Finally, we apply the free fertilizer to your plants via a 3/8″ hose that pumps up to 20 gallons per minute depending on the size and root structure of your plants. Water your plants twice a day for the first week and then three times a week thereafter.  Watering the fertilizer is very important; it will not be effective if you do not water your plants on a regular basis.[/acc_item]

[acc_item title=”Does Free fertilizer meet all of USDA Organic  standards?” ]

Yes!

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Free Fertilizer will not work with any other chemical ammonium nitrate synthetic commercial fertilizers. If chemical fertilizer is already present in the soil and root  system of your plants, it is dominant. It takes six months to 18 months for the soil to divest itself of the chemicals and be able to be take up an organic, all-natural nutrient source. Therefore, if you are using a chemical fertilizer now, our fertilizer will remain inactive on your plants for a while.[/acc_item]

[acc_item title=”How do you arrange shipping?”] While we provide the fertilizer for free, there are fees associated with shipping and application of our product. Shipping costs are $1.50/mile. This includes costs for the truck, insurance, fuel, maintenance,  etc. Email me your address and I can calculate this value from you, or use the map below to estimate distance traveled  Shipping fees must be paid for in advance of delivery. Click the Paypal below after you fill out the form in order to expedite delivery. We charge a labor fee of $70/hr  to apply the product to your plants. This expenditure may be paid after work is completed.  We typically apply Free Fertilizer four times a year (for each season) to improve you plants’ root systems for a more beautiful, lush and healthy growing landscape. 

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Here is a photo documented testimonial that our customer shared.

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We’ve been using Free Fertilizer for 3 wonderful and fruitful years! His organic fertilizer helped our citrus trees overcome greening and become great fruit producers! It’s truly incredible. Thank you!

Judy Dempsey

Your trees do not have to die from citrus greening with our citrus greening protocol cure. Free fertilizer Inc. has spent years on perfecting our treatment protocol program.

To become our customer you should follow these three steps:

  • Order the product on our website on the order page where you should give us your contact information
  • Schedule an appointment to save your trees from citrus greening and cure them, guaranteed!

Free Fertilizer has the most essential nutrients that citrus tree needs to grow healthy and strong we saturate the tree with a organic all-natural nutrients that’s made from plants these nutrients are very import to bringing your trees back to healthy fruit production. Here are few nutrients ingredients that we apply to your citrus tree: 3500 ppm of potassium 2500 ppm of Phosphorus 3% nitrogen 2% iron 1% manganese magnesium calcium and we have other ingredients which are proprietary, so if you want to keep your citrus trees alive and not watch them die from HLB citrus greening disease.

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[acc_item title=”How is Organic Different?”]Organic fertilizer is a healthy alternative because it provides benefits to plants and soil. The organic matter in the fertilizer feeds microorganisms in the soil, improving the foundation upon which plants grow. Healthy soil is the long term key to lawn and garden success. Without fertile soil, plants cannot thrive. Enriching the soil with organic matter also improves soil structure which improves the soil’s capacity to hold water and nutrients, releasing them to plant roots as needed.

Organics release nutrients naturally in a slow and consistent flow of nutrition. No single nutrient dominates and plants receive a balanced diet, including a broader range of naturally occurring trace minerals and micro-nutrients than most synthetics can offer. Organics feed for a much longer time period than quick-release synthetic feed. A long-lasting feed means fewer applications for consumers. Users of organic fertilizer mow less often. This is because organic slow-release nutrients stimulate even growth and root development, where quick release synthetics accelerate top growth that needs mowing.

Organic fertilizers do not contain chemical salts which can burn vegetation. This means you don’t have to water in an organic to keep it from burning. You can apply anytime without worrying about burning, and the fertilizer will be ready to work when moisture arrives later. Those with water restrictions or who wish to conserve water can simply apply and wait for the rain. The slow, natural release of organic fertilizers also means that they are less likely to leach nutrients into groundwater. Therefore, the use of organic fertilizer can lessen the impact and damage to our waterway ecosystem.[/acc_item]

[acc_item title=”Is Free Fertilizer pet-friendly?”]Unlike our chemical fertilizer competitors, Free Fertilizer 100% all-natural, and very pet-friendly.[/acc_item]
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Organic farming uses no synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides. In fact, in order to be certified organic you must be free from these materials for a minimum of three years prior to your first harvest. Organic farming results in less damage to the environment and ecosystem. From the water we drink, to the soil we farm, to the air we breathe, less contamination means a safer planet for everyone. Free Fertilizer.inc Organic takes pride in protecting the next generation.[/acc_item]

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Funny to think about it, but until the 20th Century, the question of “why choose organic” didn’t even exist; food was organic! Beginning in the early 1900s, dramatic and simultaneous advances in biochemistry and engineering rapidly and profoundly changed farming practices and began to reshape the face of modern agriculture.

With the introduction of the tractor and synthetic fertilizers before World War II, hundreds of mechanized farm implements were made possible overnight, including the introduction of synthesized nitrogen fertilizer. Post-World War II, many farmers began to install large-scale irrigation, which helped facilitate the implementation of new chemical technologies such as ammonium nitrate and DDT. Farms grew bigger, and synthetic implements more frequent. This generated the kind of mass yields we see today in common crops. The era of the commercial farm was born.

As early as the 1920s, advocates of organic farming began to speak out. Agronomists such as Lord Northbourne and F.H. King envisioned agricultural practices that promoted healthy soil through natural means. The term, “organic farming” was coined by Northbourne to describe a holistic, ecologically-balanced approach to farming.

In every decade since then, organic proponents and researchers around the world have argued, and in many cases proven, the benefits of returning to an all-natural approach to farming – entirely free of synthetic fertilizers and man-made pesticides.

To answer the “why choose organic” question, one only need look at how the developments of the last century have taken us to where we are today: a nation largely ingesting marginally-nutritious food grown who-knows-where with who-knows-what sprayed on it or injected into it. This statement begs the next question: how do I know the food I’m buying is really organic?
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In the 1980s, various farming and consumer groups began to pressure Congress for national standards in organic practices and certifications. This led to the 1990 Organic Foods Production Act (OFPA), with a subsequent ruling in 2000. Simply stated, the law ensures that all products labeled with the “Organic” seal adhere to the standards for ingredients and production methods set forth by the USDA.
OFPA created the National Organics Standards Board (NOSB) to advise and oversee all aspects of the law’s enactment. Together with the Organic Trade Association, Congress, USDA, and accredited certifiers, the NOSB works diligently to maintain the integrity of the organic industry.
Remember, “being certified organic” is to be given our nation’s stamp of approval for meeting the stringent requirements prohibiting the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides and chemicals in growing crops. While some inputs are allowed, they come from a very concise list and are naturally-occurring materials. For information on the list of approved inputs, visit www.USDA.gov.
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