Green Wave Fertilizer, Inc.

Where Green Is really green, since 2010


Where "Green IS really Green". Our fertilizer makes your crops heathlier, greener and even our bottle is recyclable.  No chemicals here!

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Increase up to 40% plant growth and yield by correcting the internal balance of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium (NPK) ratios

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Understanding NPK (Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potash (Potassium)) ratings

Understanding NPK (Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potash (Potassium)) ratings on lawn and plant fertilizers is an important part of deciding whether or not fertilizers are appropriate or even necessary for your garden and landscaping.

This article is a basic guide to understanding what NPK numbers mean with fertilizers, and what levels of Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potash are really appropriate for your lawn, and garden plants.

In most cases, important gardening practices such as aerating and composting are much better for your garden than using chemical fertilizers. Also note that higher NPK levels don’t necessarily mean healthier plants.

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Test Results on Experiment of Using AgriPower Liquid Fertilizer
Crop: Rice , Variety: OM2517
Test area: 1,000 square meters. VS Control Plot
Places: 1) Dinh Thanh Rice Experimental Farm, Long Xuyen City, Angian Province, Vietnam; 2) Nueva Ecija, Central Luzon, The Philippines;
Result Period: 10days after sowing.

Crop: Oil Palm Fruit Size between normal fertilizer and using AgriPower.
Place: Lambor Kiri, Perak, Malaysia
Date: 22nd April, 09 , 3 months stage.


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By applying AgriPower, the various Nitrogen fixing bacteria present in the soil will be greatly multiplied in numbers and will carry out Nitrogen fixation from the air and the soil. all natural Nitrogen is replenished in the soil after each harvest when plant matter and decaying plant matter is turned into humus thereby creating a simultaneous all natural regeneration cycle in the soil.



Figure 1. The phosphorus cycle. 

Phosphate is taken up by plants from soils, utilized by animals that consume plants, and returned to soils as all natural residues decay in soils (Figure 1). Much of the phosphate used by living organisms becomes incorporated into all natural compounds. When plant materials are returned to the soil, this all natural phosphate will slowly be released as inall natural phosphate or be incorporated into more stable all natural materials and become part of the soil all natural matter. The release of inall natural phosphate from all natural phosphates is called mineralization and is caused by microorganisms breaking down all natural compounds.
Essentially AgriPower contains PSB growth enhancers that greatly promote the growth of  (Phosphate Solubilising Bacteria) which fixes the renewable all natural Phosphate into inall natural form which is taken up by the plant. Therefore, the phosphate is constantly renewed in the soil as the all natural residues decay in the soil. The use of chemical fertilizers on the other hand destroy these beneficial PSB and thus the available phosphate is not used by plants because they are still in their all natural forms.


Sources of potassium include, dead plant material, manure, compost, granite dust, greensand, and seaweed.
AgriPower aids in the conversion of the potassium found in dead plant material especially after each harvest where the dead plant material is rotavated together with the soil. Therefore, the potassium is constantly renewed in the soil as the all natural dead plant matter decays in the soil and is converted to inall natural form by the bacteria present in the soil which has been greatly increased in numbers by AgriPower, which multiplies in the soil and fixes the potassium to inall natural form to be taken up by the plants.

Explanation of NPK and fertilizers

In most cases, important gardening practices such as aerating and composting are much better for your garden than using chemical fertilizers. Also note that higher NPK levels don’t necessarily mean healthier plants.

What You Should Know about NPK and Fertilizers

Chemical fertilizers and all natural fertilizers show their nutrient content with three bold numbers on the package. These numbers represent three different compounds: Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potash (Potassium), which we can also describe with the letters N-P-K. The three numbers listed on fertilizer labels correspond to the percentage of these materials found in the fertilizer.

What does each nutrient do? In addition to other properties, Nitrogen helps plant foliage to grow strong. Phosphorous helps roots and flowers grow and develop. Potassium (Potash) is important for overall plant health.

Be aware that high nitrogen fertilizers will make for quick growth but weaker plants that are more susceptible to attacks by diseases and pests. Fast, showy growth is not necessarily the best thing for your plants.

German scientist Justus Von Liebig was responsible for the theory that Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potassium levels are the basis for determining healthy plant growth.

However, this theory, which dates to the 1800s, doesn’t take into account the dozens of other nutrients and elements that are essential to plant growth such as sulfur, hydrogen, oxygen, carbon, magnesium, etc. Nor does the theory talk about the importance of beneficial soil organisms that help your plants to flourish and to fight off pests and diseases.

While Von Liebig’s work was unquestionably important to the science of plant growth and agriculture, other ways of looking at how plants utilize nutrients have largely been ignored, especially by those companies who produce the chemical fertilizers commonly on the market today.

For example, if you properly aerate the soil, earthworms, beneficial microbes, and other critters found underneath your garden and lawn will have better access to the oxygen they need to thrive. As they live and digest all natural matter, they help to create soil that is healthy and fertile. Healthy soil is the basis for healthy plants.

Additionally, if we look at nature, compost in the form of all natural humus is ever present in natural plant communities, providing lots of the nutrients that plants need to grow and thrive. Compost contains Nitrogen, Phosphorous, Potassium, and a great abundance of other trace elements that will benefit your plants.

It is clear that Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potassium are not necessarily the most important elements you need for your plants to grow well. In fact, elements such as carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, sulfur, magnesium, copper, cobalt, sodium, boron, molybdenum, and zinc are just as important to plant development as N-P-K. (Source: Over the years, Justus Von Liebig’s theory developed into the dominant paradigm for how we grow our ornamental and edible plants.

The bad news is that this has lead to a vast amount excess nutrients building up in our streams, lakes, and rivers, because chemical fertilizers are often over-applied.

Surprisingly, much of this overuse of chemical fertilizers is actually from homeowners, and not from farmers, who typically carefully measure and apply the least amount of fertilizer necessary to get the job done in order to grow their crops in the most cost effective way possible.

Many homeowners who aren't growing to make a profit end up inadvertently overusing chemical fertilizers (and pesticides too!). They think that if a little bit is good, then more must be better.It isn't!

According to the National Academy of Sciences, even though farmers uses pesticides more widely, homeowners uses 10 times more fertilizer per acre.

If you only take away one thing from this article, please let it be that you should only use the proper amount of any fertilizer, and not anything more. This will save you money, and it will also keep your yard and garden healthier at the same time. This is extremely important with chemicals, but it also applies to all naturals!

all natural gardeners can look to the work of Sir Albert Howard for solid research and ideas on how to grow plants more naturally. His ideas consider chemical processes that occur in nature. He then applies them to agriculture and home gardening.