Pure Grow Nectar 5 Gallon

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Pure Grow Nectar 5 Gallon

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Pure Grow Nectar: (food source) contains a diversity of microbial food sources that will allow your garden and the microbes that live there to thrive. Pure Grow Nectar is one of the most mineral diverse food sources in the gardening market. The greater diversity of food sources for growing microbes, the greater the plant food diversity for your growing plants.



Pure Grow Nectar is perfect for feeding the garden or for feeding hungry microbes in compost tea. The ingredients are professionally formulated for vigorous growth with all plants. Pure Grow Nectar is a carbon-based product that ignites the metabolic activities of both soil and plant. It contains over 10 additional ingredients in varying ratios. The materials found within stimulate the growth of beneficial micro-organisms and helps plants in the vegetative and flowering cycle, as well as encouraging higher yields and the production of flavonoids, essential oils, and other primary co-factors that make plants smell and taste better. Pure Grow Nectar is an extremely versatile product. It can serve as a direct plant food as well as an additive to improve a custom soil or fertilizer mix, or for creating compost tea.



A premium-crafted dry blend of plant available nutrients, Pure Grow Nectar contains a diversity of beneficial materials capable of feeding the garden from every angle. Pure Grow Nectar is perfect for feeding the garden or for using to create compost tea.  The ingredients are professionally formulated for vigorous growth with all indoor/outdoor plants.  All materials are micronized to 50 micron or below for maximum solubility and availability to plants and microbes. The plant food contained in Pure Grow Nectar are delivered in exactly the same for your garden wants... as Nature intended.




Humates: Most “humic” products on the market are humic acids, meaning they are refined through caustic process. This increases plant availability, but also leaves the material vulnerable to leaching.


Soft rock phosphate: Rock phosphate is a naturally occurring rock mineral that is great soil builder, encouraging earthworms and beneficial soil microbes. It adds valuable carbon (6-7%) and natural chelating agents which make trace elements more plant-available.


Feather meal: Normally around 13% nitrogen (13-0-0), feather meal makes an excellent slow release of nitrogen and is known to stimulate microbes. Keratin, a protein that occurs in hair, hoofs, horns and feathers, is not readily available when used as a soil fertilizer.


Worm castings: Also called “Black Gold” and vermicompost, worm castings are the manure of the red wriggler (Eisenia foetida). Valued by all, the magic of the worm castings is tried and true. Worm castings are known to have an extraordinary effect on plant life. Castings improve the soil structure and increase fertility making them the most enriching soil conditioner available.


Kelp: (Ascophyllum Nodosum) Kelp brings very little NPK, but retains valuable micronutrients, growth hormones, and vitamins that can help increase yields, reduce the plant stress from drought, and decrease susceptibility to pest and disease issues.


Silica Dioxide (Diatomaceous Earth): Silica Dioxide acts as an anti-caking agent and inhibitor of root parasites. The typical Silica Powderchemical composition of oven dried diatomaceous earth is 80 to 90% silica, with 2 to 4% alumina (attributed mostly to clay minerals) and 0.5 to 2% iron oxide.


Silicon Dioxide: Silicon dioxide is colloidal in structure, and more available to growing plants. Silica is not recognized as a primary nutrient in plants, but is widely used to enhance cell wall structure as an indirect pesticide and growth enhancer in  agriculture.


Yucca: (Yucca shidigera) Yucca is used as to enhance growth in plants and as a wetting agent. It contains compounds that lower the surface tension of a liquid and encourage good root development in plants.


Greensand: Greensand is an olive-green colored sandstone rock which is commonly found in narrow bands, particularly associated with bands of chalk and clay worldwide. It has been deposited in marine environments at various times during Earths history.


Myccorhizae (VAM): Myccorhizae need plants to express themselves. For this reason, myccorhizal fungi are not known to be effective as a compost tea organism. However, they don’t hurt the process. And they are undoubtedly advantageous when used in general gardening practice.





TOTAL NITROGEN(N). . . . 2.0%




SOLUBLE POTASH(K2O). . . . 1.0%


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