FERTILIZERS AND SUBSTRATES

The npk fertilizer is a type of organic fertilizer containing high values of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium for the correct phases of vegetative growth and flowering of plants. In fact, to face their life cycle in the best way, plants need npk fertilizer.

NPK Fertilizers are made by takes place through the sintering of organic products that can be proven in nature, in particular the use of NPK fertilizers (with high percentages of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium) greatly helps the growth and flowering of plants, and with the recommended doses you can easily point to an excellent production.

NPK is the acronym respectively of Nitrogen-Phosphorus-Potassium, and these are the three fundamental elements that plants require for a correct phase of vegetative growth and a subsequent optimal flowering period. Without the use of these NPK fertilizers, plants will never be able to face their life cycle adequately, and in the worst case they could even die due to nutritional deficiencies.

It is possible to make NPK fertilizer at home, it will obviously never be comparable to the best brands of fertilizers on the international market, but it can be a good choice for growers on a tight budget. Making NPK fertilizer at home with the use of coffee grounds will be a good choice, but the best is the use of NPK fertilizers biobizz, plagron, etc. In fact, if we are not experts in how to make npk fertilizer at home it could seriously endanger plant life. Therefore we recommend the purchase of classic NPK fertilizers, present in our catalog at a remarkably low price!

It is very simple to apply the NPK fertilizer to potted plants, in fact it will be almost the exact same thing as plants grown in the field with the difference that we will have to pay particular attention not to exceed with the doses of fertilizer to be used. Anyway, we consult the dosage chart, create a nutrient solution between the fertilizer and a liter of water, mix the nutrient solution well and apply it to the potted plants whenever they need to be watered.

WHAT FERTILIZERS ARE FOR:

Fertilizers must be used in all successful indoor and outdoor growing. In fact, if they were not administered, the plants would never be able to produce significant yields, and in many cases they could face death due to nutritional deficiencies. The fact is, that to prevent these problems, you can find in our catalog there are many world-class fertilizer brands loved by all growers. For example BioBizz, BioTabs, General Organics, Green House Feeding, Guano Kalong and Plagron; these are the most loved and used fertilizers and substrates in the world, and all this is due to their quality and convenience.

WHICH SUBSTRATE TO CHOOSE TO GROW?

Obviously, substrates are also essential for an excellent cultivation, both indoors and outdoors. In fact, our 100% organic substrates that will allow plants to grow and bloom at their best, thanks above all to the ideal pH and the fertilizers with which it is enriched (Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium).

HOW MUCH FERTILIZER TO ADD TO THE PLANTS?

It is never easy to fertilize plants grown indoors or outdoors. The key thing you absolutely need to know is that most fertilizers come with a package leaflet (or label on the product) with the recommended doses carefully written by the manufacturer.

Chemical Fertilizers and Organic Fertilizer: The differences

Chemical fertilizers are a type of fertilizer obtained exclusively through chemistry, for many chemical fertilizers are harmful to plants, but this is not true at all, in fact chemical fertilizers, if used within the recommended doses, can be of great help for development, growth and flowering of plants. In addition to chemical fertilizers we also find organic fertilizer, or fertilizer obtained from organic waste, which turns out to be the best fertilizer for plants. All our fertilizers are organic fertilizer, just to ensure the best life cycle for our plants. Organic nitrogen fertilizer is mainly used for the vegetative growth phase, but organic nitrogen fertilizer should also be used in the flowering period (in smaller quantities) together with a complete NPK fertilizer (including nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium).

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