Waterships Organization

Super seawater fertiliser

The power of the sea for efficient, sustainable, reasoned agriculture

In order to make a significant contribution to achieving the FAO’s

the FAO’s fundamental objectives of doubling agricultural production by 2050

and ensure food self-sufficiency, namely :

Significantly increase crop yields
Significantly reduce agricultural production losses
Preserve agricultural land, where future expansion will remain limited
One of the most crucial challenges facing humanity will be to double agricultural production by 2050 in order to feed 9 to 10 billion people (source FAO – Food and Agriculture Organization). Increasing agricultural production is a top priority for many countries seeking to achieve food self-sufficiency, and for most of them, agriculture is the main vector of economic activity and therefore a key lever for reducing unemployment and poverty.

The FAO believes that the challenge is not impossible to meet, provided that each country focuses on achieving three fundamental objectives:

-Significantly increase crop yields,

-Significantly reduce agricultural production losses,

-Preserve agricultural soils whose future expansion will remain limited.

By using the seawater-based super fertiliser described below, you can make a very significant contribution to achieving these three objectives, and thus help every country to develop efficient, sustainable and reasoned agriculture.


This fertiliser is a French innovation, the result of over 10 years’ experience with convincing results that have no equivalent on the world market. Its formulation and manufacturing process, which eliminates the harmful effects of sodium chloride, are internationally protected. AFNOR 42.001 standards. This 100% natural and ecological product is derived from seawater, which contains all the minerals needed by plants and humans. In an original way, this fertiliser takes the vitalizing potential of seawater and transfers it easily to plants. This product comes in the form of a liquid concentrate that is then diluted to 2% or 3% in fresh water for foliar or root applications on crops. It is a universal fertiliser that complies with the AFNOR NFU 42.001 standard and can be applied to all crops: “from radish to baobab” (agriculture, arboriculture, market gardening, horticulture, nurseries, rice growing, etc.).

Foliar applications are generally made in 3 passes during the growth cycle, so the trace elements contained in the fertiliser are absorbed in the first few hours, promoting optimum plant growth. A maximum of 15 to 20 litres of concentrate is needed to treat a hectare of crop in 3 applications.


The intrinsic qualities of this fertiliser have been amply demonstrated over more than 10 years on a wide variety of crops, enabling us to assert that it can make a significant contribution to achieving the objectives set by the FAO:

The fertiliser can be applied to all crops and increases productivity per hectare by up to +20% or even more in some cases (+42% in rice cultivation in Senegal).

It improves plant growth; it makes colours denser and tastes better
It makes plants more resistant to disease and sucking insects
Can be used during periods of drought, unlike granular fertilisers
It acts on fruit set, significantly reducing physiological decline
Prolongs shelf life and provides even chrono-maturation
It helps to regenerate the soil and can contribute to reducing phytosanitary treatments by up to 70%.
It can replace 20% of cover fertilisers such as urea
This product is therefore natural and economical, easy to use and risk-free for the user. It fertilises all plantations, significantly increases crop productivity, helps reduce crop losses and preserves cultivated land.