What Are The “Best” Nutrients?
Anyone that tells you there is a “best” nutrient to cultivate is missing the point. There are two categories of nutrient products as far as we're concerned. The first is bad nutrients you should avoid no matter what. The second is products that are useful in context depending on your strain, climate, water source, growing environment, ventilation, and every other conceivable variable. Understanding what your plants need and feeding them accordingly results in. Some of the most successful growers we’ve met have a soft spot for their plants.
When it comes to plant nutrition, there are benefits and disadvantages to both synthetic and organic fertilizers. It is important to remember that there is no governing standard for “organic” fertilizers. Organic or natural fertilizers may be unprocessed, or minimally processed, but consumers will need to evaluate products individually and determine if they feel the company is trustworthy.
Examples of Organic Nutrients
Synthetic and organic fertilizers both have advantages and disadvantages. Growing consumer demand has driven innovative new products that provide easily absorbed nutrients from natural sources. This new middle class of refined organic sourced nutrients offers the best of both worlds and can provide crop producers with the necessary precision and necessary precaution to keep plant material safe for consumers.