Organic Hydroponic Nutrients

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The very best in cutting edge world leading Organic Nutrients!

Accept nothing less when it comes to your health… Many claim to be fully organic but contain ‘secret’ synthetic ingredients. We test our extensive range of fully organic nutrients to ensure quality and guarantee they will help you grow the absolute finest crops with no preservatives or harsh chemicals!

In the world of indoor and greenhouse growing, the efficiency of soil organisms to feed plants cannot be relied upon. The time it takes for organic compounds to break down and provide plantavailable nutrition is not often available to soilless farmers.

Soilless substrates contain very little, if any, of the plant-essential nutrients. Therefore, these substrates require complete fertilizers that provide the full spectrum of macro and micronutrients, preferably in a water-soluble form. The correct balance of nutrients must be added in the early vegetative growth stage in order to prevent deficiencies from limiting growth and yields.

The simple definition of organic is “consisting of or derived from living matter.” According to the National Organic Program (NOP), “organic is a labeling term for food or other agricultural products that have been produced using cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that support the cycling of on-farm resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity in accordance with the USDA organic regulations. This means that organic operations must maintain or enhance soil and water quality, while also conserving wetlands, woodlands, and wildlife.”

Soil organic matter refers to all parts that are of biological origin including decomposing plant material and animal wastes, soil microorganisms and the substances synthesized by the soil microbiome. Organic matter contributes to pools of plant available nutrients through gradual breakdown of materials. If relying entirely on organic matter in soil for nutrients, plants may not receive enough nutrition to provide optimal yields and quality. This is where soil amendments, or fertilizers, play an important role.

Raw materials for organic fertilizers are generally sourced from animal manures, animal by-products, rural and urban human waste, compost and crop residues. Animal by-products include fresh or composted manure, worm castings, bat guano, bone meal, feather meal and fish meal. Plantderived amendments include kelp meal, alfalfa meal and soybean meal. Town/urban compost is made from industrial waste, city garbage, sewage sludge, etc. Rural compost is made from straw, leaves, livestock bedding and manure, animal rendering material, plant waste material, etc.

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