Fertilizer is a nutrient to be administered to plants grown both indoors and outdoors for perfect cultivation. In fact, the fertilizer present in our Eureka Grow Shop catalog significantly increases the performance of plants, and pushes them to grow and flower as much as possible.

Most fertilizers are rich in nitrogen and phosphorus because they are chemical elements of fundamental importance for the growth and flowering of plants grown indoors, outdoors and hydroponics. Without these elements, in fact, the plants would face certain death.

Fertilizers make plants grow and bloom in the best way in any type of cultivation. In particular, Biobizz and Plagron are very powerful fertilizers capable of significantly increasing the final yields of plants.

Making homemade fertilizer is never the best choice for plant health and life, in fact if fertilizer is not done for the best it could kill your plants. Therefore, we recommend that anyone buy highly reputed fertilizers to make sure they never go wrong.

Biobizz fertilizers are among the best on the world market. Their fame comes mainly from their efficiency and power. Using biobizz fertilizers is easier than you think, in fact you just need to stay within the recommended doses of the biobizz table, that is an indicative card of how and how many ml of fertilizers to use. Biobizz fertilizers must be diluted in 1 liter of water.


Green House Feeding fertilizer is a powder product that can deliver unprecedented results at the lowest cost and with a simple method, a product suitable for the entire life cycle. Compared with liquid fertilizer, it is easy to carry, easy to store, easy to use, and has a longer shelf life. The great fame of Green House is due to its ability to accelerate flowering and always produce the maximum. Organic plant fertilizers contain a combination of organic and natural mineral nutrients, which will provide plants with all the micro and macro nutrients they need in one application. They can be used both in the vegetative phase and for the flowering period, both for plants grown indoors in grow boxes and outdoors in the open field.