Waste produced by the sea is an important source of protein, fat, vitamins and micro- elements. Shrimp becomes the perfect example, because of its shell, and some of its waste. The enzymatic digestion of these shells with proteases (enzymes) aids in retrieving protein-rich hydrolysate, and micro-elements as well as several other vitamins.
In summary, shrimp hydrolysate refers to the by-product of shrimp waste into a liquid compost, which is subsequently applied to the lawn.


  • Excellent source of vitamins, minerals and proteins.
  • Completely ecological.
  • Non-hazardous natural fertilizer.
  • Effective throughout the season.