Turf Formula – Gallon





Neptune’s Harvest Turf Formula 2-0-2


Neptune’s Harvest Turf Formula concentrate is an environmentally friendly fertilizer containing the perfect blend of nutrients for all your plant and soil needs. It can be used on all grass types and all turf situations. Golf course superintendents and landscapers around the country have been using Turf Formula for years!



The numerous benefits of Turf Formula include:


  • Better nutrient uptake
  • Improved color
  • Increased root mass


Neptune’s Harvest Turf Formula will greatly increase microbial activity, which will produce strong and healthy grass and soil. Turf Formula provides the necessary nutrients for tolerating environmental conditions such as high temperature and drought, while offering plenty of macro- and micro-nutrients for improved vigor, color and root density.


Using Turf Formula regularly allows you to eliminate the need for other fertilizers. It offers many great benefits when used as a primary method of fertilization. Its high powered energy mix shows results within days and is safe for the environment. It can also be mixed with other fertilizer inputs, eliminating the need for separate applications.


Turf Formula can be used for:


  • Golf courses and landscapes
  • Schools and athletic fields
  • Playgrounds, dog parks, and business parks
  • Home lawns and gardens
  • Anywhere grass is grown!


Neptune’s Harvest Turf Formula can also be used on flowers, trees, and shrubs, and is safe for pets and children. We highly recommend it for all of your outdoor needs!




Shake well before use. Never store diluted fertilizer. Apply as directed below.


Lawn & Seed: Use 1 pint per 1,000 square feet, every 2-3 weeks.


Flowers, Vegetables, Trees, Shrubs: Use 1/8 cup (1 oz) per gallon of water, every 2-3 weeks.




Hydrolyzed North Atlantic Fish, Molasses, Seaweed (Ascophyllum Nodosum), Humate, and Yucca Extract.


Neptune’s Harvest is the leading manufacturer of fish hydrolysate fertilizers in the U.S. Their organic fertilizers have outperformed chemical fertilizers in University studies.

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