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Nutrients for Marijuana Plants

It’s probably already known by now that nutrients and/or fertilizer is basically food for your dope plants. Your weed plants will need to receive some fertilizer for them to keep growing. There is a certain amount which they will always need to have to rely on. The main nutrients that can be found in foods for your marijuana plants include nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus. M


Marijuana plants will have to be fed mostly those three nutrients. The secondary nutrients and other ingredients will have to be kept to a minimum. Various secondary nutrients would include magnesium, calcium, and sulphur. Various other ingredients which should only display trace amounts would include zinc, iron, copper, manganese, and many other ingredients.

Usually plant foods will show the content difference by displaying the percentage each main nutrient holds. The format is NPK and the three percentages that show goes in the order nitrogen, phosphorus, and then potassium. If the plant food is 15-15-15 then there is 15% of every nutrient. If the plant food is 25-15-10 then there is 20% of nitrogen, 15% of phosphorus, and 10% of potassium.

If you add up all of the percentages it won’t equal 100%. The rest of the solution consists of various secondary nutrients, nutrients which only have a trace amount and other materials in the plant food. Feeding your marijuana plants is important but you need to make sure that you are getting the right amount for each nutrient so watch the contents in the plant food you get.


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