Indoor growers know that plant nutrients are crucial to their success. Plain-old soil fertilizers, often lacking in trace minerals, just won't do! To assure maximum growth and avoid deficiencies, always use the highest quality nutrient solutions designed for soil and soil-less growing you can find. Read More
Planet Natural makes it easy with our wide, carefully chosen natural supplements that combine macronutrients (nitrogen-phosphorus-potassium) and micronutrients (zinc, iron, manganese, other trace elements) in just the right balance for maximum results.
We also carry an array of specific-use formulas including root stimulators, and growth and bloom boosters, all designed for the demanding needs of indoor gardens.
Select from a large variety of plant nutrient supplements that are all designed for ...
A key factor to growing successfully without soil is using the best available ...
Scientifically formulated using only natural and organic ingredients. These effective ...
Highly water-soluble powders offer potent and readily absorbed plant nutrients ...
Robust root systems are the key to powerful growth and nutrient absorption.
Fulvic & Humic Acid
Boost plant health and performance while supporting beneficial microbial activity ...
The rejuvenating mist of a specially designed foliar applied spray is absorbed ...
You'll marvel at the harvest-boosting power. Better blooms, more flavorful ...
How sweet it is! Optimize plant flavor and aroma with these sugar-based ...
Everything you need all packed up nice and neat in a box. Massive growth, abundant ...
Soil Flush & Rinse
Enzyme-rich soil flushes and fertilizer rinses keep your indoor garden performing ...
This heavyweight in the Aptus lineup is ultra-concentrated and gets results — now!
Tomato Maker (4-2-6)
A natural sources of major nutrients combined with calcium, magnesium …
Soluble Tri Pack
Combines Beastie Bloomz, Cha Ching and Open Sesame for a powerful line of …
Big Bud Liquid
During field testing, Advanced Nutrients Big Bud (0-1-3) overwhelmingly beat all of it's competitors. The reason? Big Bud's specific ratios ...