Yates Thrive All Purpose Liquid Plant Food

Yates Thrive All Purpose Liquid Plant Food

A fast acting, liquid fertiliser ideal for feeding a wide range of ornamental flowers, shrubs and trees, as well as vegies and herbs.


Yates Thrive All Purpose Concentrate is a complete liquid plant food, suitable for all types of plants. It provides balanced feeding to promote stronger, healthier growth and greener foliage. Thrive is a dual action formula that feeds through both leaves and roots, as you water. It works quickly – so you see results sooner.


  • Easy to measure and mix – no waiting for powders to dissolve.
  • Suitable for all plant types.
  • Designed to feed foilage, encourage root development and improve flower development.
  • Contains chelated trace elements that are easily available to plants.

How It Works

Once dissolved in water, the nutrients present may be absorbed by either the roots or foliage.


Nitrogen, phosphorus as water soluble, potassium, manganese, iron, copper and trace elements (NPK analysis: 12.4 : 2.7 : 6.2).

How to use

Directions for use

Thrive Concentrate All Purpose should always be diluted with water before applying.

REGULAR RATE: 5ml in 2l of water. OCCASIONAL RATE: 10ml in 2l of water.

Container & Pot Plants: During active growth, apply every 5-10 days at regular rate. At other times, apply every 3 weeks at occasional rate. Seedlings, vegetables, flowers & herbs. Apply every week at the regular rate.

Shrubs: Apply every week at the occasional rate.



If applying to foliage, do not apply when temperatures are expected to reach over 30°C. Avoid applying when the soil is dry and the plants are suffering from moisture stress.


Available sizes

  • 500ml


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