Natural and organic fertilizers differ from chemicals in that they feed your plants while building the soil. Soils with lots of organic material remain loose and airy, hold more moisture and nutrients, foster growth of soil organisms, and promote healthier plant root development.
If only chemicals are added the soil gradually loses its organic matter and microbiotic activity. As this material is used up, the soil structure deteriorates, becoming compact, lifeless and less able to hold water and nutrients. This results in increased amounts of fertilizer needed to feed plants.
Easy to use with long-lasting results. These slow release fertilizers encourage …
Seabird & Bat Guano
A prized source of fertilizer! Guanos are excellent for use with flowering and fruiting ...
Do your plants need a quick boost of nutrition? Tests have shown that foliar ...
A quick and easy way to provide valuable nutrients to your established plants.
Plants require a variety of nutrients to thrive. Keep them growing at their best with ...
House Plant Food
Houseplants need fertilizer too! Encourage lush growth and beautiful blooms ...
Gentle, effective formulas that are safe for young seedlings and tender transplants.
How to Grow Organic
Builds a healthy, well-branched root system that delivers life-giving minerals …
A superior raw material that invigorates and improves the biological life of …
One of our all-time favorites! Use on a regular basis for increased yields …
Contains over 70 minerals, micronutrients, amino acids and plant vitamins.