Frequently Asked Questions
How are the fish caught?
The two methods that are used are a netting process and electro fishing.

What happens when you run out of Carp?
This is highly unlikely to happen for an extremely long time as 90% of the fish population in the Murray – Darling Basin alone is Carp. In our warmer environment, the carp’s breeding cycle is less interrupted and they can out breed native fish many times over.

Is Charlie Carp good for farming?
Excellent results have been achieved on vineyards, lucerne, barley, oats, wheat, vegetables, cotton and cut flowers just to name a few.

Can I apply the Charlie Carp through boom sprayers and irrigation systems?
Yes, Charlie Carp is sieved through 100 micron filters to enable it to be applied through these systems.

It’s dead fish, does it smell?
Charlie Carp does have an slight odour which dissipates rapidly after application.

Can I use Charlie Carp on native plants?
As natives are regarded as being phosphorous intolerant, it is advised to use Charlie carp at half the recommended rate before moving up to full rate.

What is the best ratio for mixing Charlie Carp Fertiliser?
Charlie Carp Fertiliser performs best when mixed in a ratio of 1 part Charlie Carp to 100 parts water for all domestic applications. So, 10mls of Charlie Carp Fertiliser makes 1 litre of the best available fertiliser for a healthy and vigorous garden

Can Charlie Carp Fertiliser be used in conjunction with any other garden applications?
Charlie Carp Fertiliser can be used alongside any other garden products if desired. However, Charlie Carp Fertiliser works well by itself without the need for expensive supplements.

Are native fish used?
No native fish are utilised in the manufacturing of Charlie Carp. The fish are caught using a mixture of nets, electro fishing and fish traps all native fish are released back into the river systems.

Dolphin free & drift net free; no saltwater fish or marine life are harmed or used in the manufacturing of Charlie Carp.