AgroThrive Organic Fertilizer - Fruit & Flower
AgroThrive Organic Fertilizer - Fruit & Flower
AgroThrive Organic Fertilizer - Fruit & Flower
AgroThrive Organic Fertilizer - Fruit & Flower
AgroThrive Organic Fertilizer - Fruit & Flower

AgroThrive Organic Fertilizer - Fruit & Flower

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  • Suitable for organic production (OMRI, CDFA, and WSDA listed)
  • Formulated for vegetables, fruits, and flower-bearing plants; derived from corn steep liquor, fermented fish by-products, and sulfate of potash
  • Activates indigenous micro-flora in soil and helps nutrient release; 70% fast-release, 30% slow-release
  • Faster growth, root stimulation, plant protection, higher yields, and more flavorful fruit and vegetables
  • Convenient liquid concentrate. Just mix with water and apply

 

DIRECTIONS FOR USE: Shake well before diluting with water.
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Starter Plants: Mix 2oz of fertilizer concentrate with 1 gallon of water and apply to soil every week.

Mature Plants: Mix 4oz of fertilizer concentrate with 1 gallon of water and apply to soil every 1-2 weeks. 

Can Be Used For: Soil drench, foliar feeding, hydroponics, and other fertilizing systems.

After diluting, apply to soil before watering. Use all the diluted portion. Store unused concentrate capped.

 

Pre-Digested Fertilizer Explained:

AgroThrive has produced millions of gallons of organic bio-fertilizers for some of the largest USDA certified organic farms in the nation. We are now packaging our most popular National Organic Program compliant liquid bio-fertilizers (LFN & LFK), for Home and Garden use. Now any grower can use the same organic fertilizers large-scale commercial farmers have come to depend on for over a decade. Fruit & Flower Organic Fertilizer is formulated for Vegetables, Fruits and Flowers to meet the needs of higher potassium demanding plants such as berries, tomatoes, peppers, roses, etc. The result: Faster growth, higher yields, and tastier fruits and veggies. AgroThrive's manufacturing and bottling facility in California's Salinas Valley is operated on solar energy, furthering the company's commitment to sustainability.