✔ Suitable for organic production (OMRI, CDFA, and WSDA listed)
✔ Organic liquid fertilizer 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
Shake well before diluting with water.
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.
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Pre-Digested Means Fast Acting
Traditional organic fertilizers are simply blends of organic nutrients. When applied to soil, the plants rely on soil microbes to break down those nutrients to a simple form that the plants can eventually absorb.
This digestion process usually takes anywhere from 2-6 weeks in soil, which can make growing organically quite a challenge.
AgroThrive is the only organic fertilizer that has already gone through this digestion process before going into the soil, which is why users can see results in less than a week!
Industrial food waste has been a burden for every sector involved: concentrated animal feeding operations, food processors, local waste collectors, and above all – our environment. Traditional disposal methods all have their own environmental risks as highlighted in this video.
The Progressive Digestion Process (PDP) is an environmentally responsible technology that bridges the gap between industrial food waste and nutritious organic fertilizers in just 21 days. PDP harnesses the natural microbial and enzymatic digestion of organic inputs to break down raw materials while creating biological heat, eliminating harmful pathogens in the process. This digestion is achieved without adding any outside inoculum or external heat to kill pathogens.
PDP is the most energy-efficient technology available today that can handle every part of the animal and convert it into something beneficial for our planet.
This process is done in a fully solar-powered facility in the heart of Salinas Valley, California.
Before any organic fertilizer can be used by certified organic farms, they must be listed by OMRI, CDFA, and/or WSDA as compliant with the USDA NOP rule for certified organic farming.
This is a confirmation to the consumers that these products have been scrutinized, inspected, and are vetted annually for compliance with NOP organic rule.
Therefore, our customers can rest assured that they are buying absolutely the best products for their lawns, gardens, and indoor/outdoor plants.
In 2006, our inspiration was to develop an environmentally friendly and sustainable alternative to chemical fertilizers by harnessing the power of natural digestion of organic wastes. We have since become trusted by many of the largest USDA-certified organic farms across the nation. These certified organic farmers have depended on our products for over a decade to provide our local grocery markets with the safest, tasty organic produce on a regular basis.
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. AgroThrive's manufacturing and bottling facility in California's Salinas Valley is operated on solar energy, furthering the company's commitment to sustainability.