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Shivas All Natural Grow Shop is proud to say that we use only natural occurring nutrients for our plants. We make our own dry and liquid amendments and feed our plants only the best organic nutrients that we can find. In general all plants can be used as fertilizer, just depends on what you are using them for. And if you are growing vegetables or cannabis almost every plant can be utilized.

For our CFC (chemical free) Veganic grow we use everyday kitchen products that everyone uses. Beans, oats, spinach, molasses, dandelion, comfrey, yeast, artichokes, ginger, lemons, oranges, cucumber, onion peels, baking soda etc.. We make ferments and use them in conjunction with our dry amendments which consist of, alfalfa meal, kelp meal, oats, potato peels, dandelion, green korn, mint , soybean, banana peel, coffee grounds, tea grounds and a host of other organically grown vegetables and fruits.

Organic Grow

The advantages of growing organically is that you know exactly what nutrients your plants are grown with and what is in them. By growing organically you control how your plants will thrive and produce the quality buds and or fruits that you want. You just have to know how to put the nutrients together and which ones are good for your grow. Plants are just like we are, they thrive on the same nutrients that we do. Nutrients like fish... Fish meal is a great nutrient to feed to your plant with. Bone meal is high in nitrogen and phosphorus, poultry, use egg shells to make the calcium that your plant needs to thrive. Phosphorus, potassium, manganese, magnesium, zinc, iron among various other vitamins and minerals.

The nutrients mentioned above are just a few nutrient sources that plants need to thrive. Our bodies need many of the same nutrients that plants do. Oats-contain vitamins and minerals such as iron, phosphorus, manganese, magnesium, copper, zinc and root growth hormones, and excellent to use as a dry amendment for plants. So what i'm saying is that we all try to nourish our bodies as best we can and with the most nutritious products that we can afford, and we should do the exact same thing for the plants that we consume.

Chemical Grow

There are numerous companies that offer nutrients that have high percentages of chemicals to get your grow going fast and easy. But is it fast and easy? An inexperienced grower can easily damage their plants using too many chemicals. There are many different companies that offer chemical and organic based nutrients for every stage of the growing period. If you choose to go this route, it is your choice, and you can achieve great results using chemical based nutrients for your plant, and there are many different types chemicals used in growing vegetables and cannabis today.

If you do decide to use chemical nutrients then be warned that it can get expensive in the long run, but if you use organic nutrients you will not have this problem. In general there are many different types of chemiclas in the cannabis that most of us consume to keep us coming back to buy more of these chemical bombs, because we are chemical junkies without knowing it. Artificial cannabinoids from China called JWH or AB-Chminaca is what it is all about. Growers take low grade cannabis with low grade THC and CBD content and spray the plants with these chemicals which are designed to make you dependent on the chemicals which have nothing to do with quality cannabis. And for this reason it is important that your grow is organically and naturally grown as possible. Below is a list of only a few of the amendments that one can use to grow veggies and cannabis. High in the Primary and micro nutrients and there are many, but these are some of the ones that we use.

Alfalfa- NPK 2.45 0.5 2.1 slow release 2-6 months, also contain magnesium, tricontanol, and other amino acids and proteins. Use for the grow and bloom period

Apple (Skin, Ash)-NPK 0-3.08 11.74

Bananas peel- NPK 0-1-11 high in potassium and a good source of silica and Triacontanol
Bananas peel dry- NPK 0-25-42 high in phosphorus snd potassium

Banana Skin (Ash)- NPK 0-3.25 41.76

Bone/Horn Meal- NPK 6-8-2- slow breakdown 2-6 months good for grow and bloom
Black-eyed Peas- (Seed) NPK 3.1 1 1.2

Cantaloupe skin- (Melon) (Ash) NPK 0-9.77-12.21

Cocoa Powder- 0-9-6 Rich in manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, iron and zinc
Coffee Grounds- NPK 2.1-0.3-0.3-The benefit of using coffee grounds as a fertilizer is that it adds organic material to the soil, which improves drainage, water retention, and aeration in the soil. The used coffee grounds will also help microorganisms beneficial to plant growth thrive as well as attract earthworms. slow release- magnesium, copper, manganese, iron, zinc,. Careful: can stunt plant growth

Cottonseed- NPK 3.15 1.25 1.15

Cottonseed Meal- NPK 6.6 2- 1
Cucumber skins- burned-NPK 0-27-0 Take the skin from 1 or 2 cucumbers. make sure that they are not too thin. dry them out in the oven until they become chrisp charcoaled and and black. grind lskins in grinder and add to dry amendments. Good for the flowering period. Phosphorus and potassium-fast working good for all plants, also a good source of triacontanol
Dandelion- NPK 10-14-16 magnesium, calcium, copper, dry and fermented. Contains high amounts of protein and other amino acids.
Eggshell- NPK 1.19-0.38-0.14 use to make calmag or add to soil
Field Bean- (Seed) NPK 4-1.2 1.3
Grapefruit- (Skin) (Ash) NPK 0-3.58-30.6

Green korn- NPK 10-5-7 make ferment. Also AKA Spelt. High in Triacontanol, Tryptophan and other amino acids

Kelp Meal- NPK 1-0.5-4 Slow release – potassium sulfates, potassium, carbonates, sodium

Mycorrhizae fungai- NPK 3.2-2.7-2 also contains magnesium, 0.6, sulfer 0.5 CaO 5.0

Nettles- (Stinging European) NPK 5.6 0.7 3.7
Oats- NPK 2-0.8-0.6 Oats contain vitamins and minerals such as iron, manganese, magnesium, copper, zink and root growth hormones.
Onions/Orange peel- NPK 2-14-6 high in nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus
Potato skin- (Ash) NPK 0-5.18-27.5 use as dry amendment
Quinoa-185 gramms of quinoa contains 58% Manganese, 30% magnesium, 28% phosphorus and 9% potassium plus folate, triacontanol

Rock Phosphate- (Ground) NPK 0.26-35.0 high in nitrogen

Soy Bean- NPK 7-1-2 use also as wet or dry amendment. Packed full of Tryptophan, Triacontanol Protein and other amino acids.
Spinach- NPK 0-4-12 make your own silica- use 200ml fresh or fresh frozen spinach, soak in 1L water for 1-2 weeks,

TEA leaves- According to several reports, dried tea leaves contain 4.4% nitrogen, 0.24% phosphorus and 0.25% potassium, making it an excellent organic source of NPK fertilizer. “Tea leaves are high in tannic acid and many other valuable nutrients that make it more fertile. Also trace amounts of magnesiun, iron calcium, magnesium, manganese and zinc.

Wheat- NPK 4.9-1.0-8.9. Make frement. Almost all dry whole corn have high amounts of triacontanol as well as tryptophan

Zucchini skins- NPK 0-5-5 - contain Manganese 8%, Magnesium 4%, clacium 1.6, zinc 3, iron 5%


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