Plant nutrients or fertilizers mimic the natural amount of nutrients found in soil, often with some added benefits. Since growing cannabis indoors is becoming an industry standard, plant nutrients have evolved since most indoor grows use alternative substrates. To learn more about substrates, check out this article. Let’s examine the many nutrient options available.
These seventeen elements are required for healthy plants: carbon (C), hydrogen (H), oxygen (O), nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), potassium (K), sulfur (S), magnesium (Mg), calcium (Ca), iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), zinc (Zn), copper (Cu), boron (B), molybdenum (Mo), chlorine (Cl), nickel (Ni). There are some additional trace elements, but these are the must haves for your plant nutrients or fertilizer.
Feeding Hybrids nutrient: The all-rounder of fertilizers for marijuana. Its use is recommended for practically all types of Cannabis hybrids.
THC polymers. Polymers are soil moisture correctors. They ensure correct water absorption and reduce water losses due to seepage.
Dolomite. This is a nutrient for marijuana enriched with magnesium and calcium. It also corrects the soil structure of the crop.
Outstanding Feeding fertilisers:
Feeding Bio Bloom nutrient: This is a specific nutrient for plants of any type suitable for the flowering (either long or short) stage, it is intended for those growers who wish to simplify the fertilizing process.
The THC fertilizer house has formulated all their products in powder form, which means that they are applied dry. They are usually used by mixing them with the growing soil weeks before planting the Cannabis. This ensures that the compounds are fully integrated into the substrate, so we get a nutrient rich soil that will be slowly released throughout the growth of the Cannabis. Like Agrobacterias, THC has a polymer based product that allows watering to be delivered in a spaced out manner while providing extra nutrients to our girls.