Get familiar with the critical nutrients your indoor crops need to grow vigorously and bloom abundantly. Plus, find out how to fertilize effectively so you get the most satisfying results.
You don’t need a science degree to grow an indoor garden with organic nutrients, but you’ll get healthier, more productive plants if you learn about and pay attention to a few basic principles and helpful measurements. Even if you’ve grown using...READ MORE >>
Bigger Yields Research says: Organic fertilizers grow bigger plants and produce higher yields than synthetics. The study: For a master’s degree thesis in horticulture and landscape architecture at Colorado State University, C....READ MORE >>
Q: Every fertilizer comes with an N-P-K rating. What do the letters stand for? N, P, and K are, respectively, the chemical symbols for nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, the macronutrients that plants must have to survive. Q: What does...READ MORE >>
Look at the label on any package of plant fertilizer and you’ll see its N-P-K ratio. The letters refer to nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K), which are the key macronutrients that plants need to grow. The ratios are presented with numbers...READ MORE >>
Organic hydroponic fertilizers contain all the essential nutrients that indoor plants need to grow and flower. But if you want the healthiest plants, those that grow quickly and bloom abundantly, give them specially formulated all-natural supplements at...READ MORE >>