Best Nutrients, Fertilizers for Growing Cannabis

Best Nutrients, Fertilizers for Growing Cannabis

Welcome to our review of the Best Nutrients for Growing Cannabis! Growing cannabis has become big business over the years. With more and more legal legislation changes in the US and other countries, the growing of cannabis is no longer stigmatized. It is grown for recreational use as well as for medicinal purposes. It will be smoked, used in a vaporizer, cooked into foods, or even taken as a tincture. So it is important that it is grown correctly to produce the best usable product in the end.

Cannabis growers know that using the wrong marijuana plant food, fertilizer or other additive can drastically affect the taste of cannabis, how well it smokes, as well as its effectiveness.

Using the proper and best cannabis fertilizers and nutrients available is the only way to ensure a perfect end product from your grow.

Here are the top nutes currently used by most marijuana growers today.

Best Cannabis Nutrients 2018

Advanced Nutrients Hobbyist Bundle 250ml – Editor’s Choice, best fertilizer for weed

Advanced Nutrients is the most recommended product line for growing cannabis of all kinds. All of their product line is made of only the very best and most nutritional ingredients. Both advanced and beginner growers will love how their plant grows turn out after using this product. It is hard to find a bad review for Advanced Nutrient products. Ask any grow shop retailer what are the best nutrients for cannabis and Advanced Nutrients will be at the top of the list.

Product Highlights

Advanced Nutrient products come in many different sizes. This starter pack includes all their nutrients you’ll need for each stage of growth in one package for convenience. These are the 4 major weed nutrients in the Advanced Nutrient product line: Big Bud, B52, Voodoo Juice and Overdrive. This product line has received great reviews from all its users. Seasoned growers love it and it is a perfect choice for beginner growers as well. By using these products as directed it is easy to grow a great garden indoors or outdoors. Your plants will grow big, healthy and fruity.

Once you have used Advanced Nutrients and seen what a difference it can make in your plants you will never want to use another other nutrient blends. The propriety formulas surpass all other nutrients on the market in the way of promoting big and healthy plants. This is truly the best nutrient you can buy for growing Cannabis.

Fox Farm FX14049 Liquid Nutrient Trio Soil Formula: Big Bloom, Grow Big, Tiger Bloom – One of the best selling marijuana nutrients

The FoxFarm product line is only second to Advanced Nutrients amongst its many users. It is a three solution product that you use with each growth phase.

Product Highlights

FoxFarm products are excellent for growing larger, thicker and greener plants. Cannabis buds will be denser over time and you can even use the products during the later part of the plant growth unlike other products. Users who have tried FoxFarm products have had great results with it. The cost is much lower than that of other competitor products for growing Cannabis.

General Organics Go Box – Best organic nutrients for weed

General Organics has gained in popularity over the years. Farmers and gardeners specializing in organic growing have developed a large following with this product. It works great for both soil gardening and water or hydroponic cannabis gardens. If you’re looking for the best organic nutrients for cannabis, General Organics should be on your list.

Product Highlights

These cannabis nutrients are formulated from natural botanical extracts and natural minerals. General Organics offers a whole line to fit with every phase of growth from seedlings to flowered buds.

Dyna-Gro Liquid Grow & Liquid Bloom 8oz – Affordable veg and flowering weed fertilizer

Dyna-Gro Liquid is another top favorite fertilizer for growing weed. Their blend of essential micro and macro nutrients is perfect for growing cannabis at all stages. It is also good for growing other types of plants, vegetables, flower gardens, trees and even indoor houseplants. Rose bush growers love this product as do marijuana growers. The buds bloom nicely from stems to full on flowers. Cannabis plants produce nice and thick nugget like buds and bloom into major nugs at the end of the growth cycle. Plants produce flavorful smells and quality tastes.

Product Features

Dyna Gro products provide plants with a complete nutrition plan. Great quality products for a low cost. This product line contains 16 essential minerals for maximum plant growth. Quick absorption by plants. Works well with both water systems and soil mixes.

This product line is so easy to use. You don’t have to do any special mixing of chemicals. Everything you need is in one bottle. Users of this product have rated it very highly in online reviews.

Botanicare CNS17 Bloom 2-2-3 Formula – Professional strength cannabis fertilizer

Botanicare has a long line of products geared at growing plants, cannabis included. For the price of one bottle you can feed your whole grow room. Cannabis and other plant growers gave this product high marks and highly recommend it for any type of plant growth.

Product Features

This product is great for producing high plant yields. Unlike other nutrients, this one is a professional strength product. It has the perfect blend of 17 minerals. The CNS17 is one of the best products from Botanicare. It is a proprietary blend made for plant growth during every stage from seedlings to ripening blooms. You get premium results in your plants after using this product.

You can use it in all types of all grow media. It helps keep soil at its healthiest supporting root growth. The NPK nutrient ratio in CNS17 Bloom was designed to provide specific critical elements to support heavily fruiting and flowering crops. Your plants won’t suffer from any sort of nutrient overdrive or nutrient burn.

Summing up: Best Marijuana Fertilizers

Growing cannabis or other delicate plants requires the best nutrients you can buy. All of these products offer maximum support to your plants. Each one is made of specially designed formulas that will help keep your plants healthy and support a strong and high yielding plant. Cannabis growers give all of these products 4-5 stars with minimal to no complaints.

Advanced Nutrients does seem to offer the largest product line. However, each one of the weed nutrients we’ve featured is great for plant growth. The only difference is in cost and ingredients.

No matter which of these nutes you choose you won’t be disappointed—and your plants will be very happy too.

Further reading

New to growing marijuana indoors? Check out our Step-by-Step Beginners’ Guide to Growing Weed Indoors and Setup Guide to learn how to get started and well on your way to your first successful harvest.

By |2018-10-26T01:56:24+00:00April 29th, 2016|Guides & Tutorials, Nutrients|39 Comments

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MaryJane Farmer is the nom de plume of the writers for 420Beginner and the avatar for our brand (kind of like the Betty Crocker of Weed.)

39 Comments

  1. Tron July 7, 2018 at 7:48 am - Reply

    You Should really run some side-by-side testing hurricane hydroponics blows away all those new nutrient lines

  2. Dave White April 23, 2018 at 4:15 pm - Reply

    has anyone ever tried trz nutrients from the root zone in canada?

  3. Jon April 20, 2018 at 6:45 am - Reply

    Have been using Biobizz range pretty successfully for a while now and am quite happy with the results. . does anyone here know if changing to the above mentioned nutes is worth the risk and expense?

  4. patrick dechaine March 23, 2018 at 7:38 am - Reply

    check out Jacks nutrients 20-20-20 for veg 10-30-20 for flower
    I ad cal-mac,epsom salt 5ml per gallon and in flower I ad 0-0-50 in flower great results
    under $100 for a total grow 19 plants 7.5 gallon smart pots veg for 5 weeks out of the cloner
    8 1000 watt hps co2 added 16lb. my plants are 19 inches tall from the top of the pot to the top of plant 26 inches tall when finished

    • dave May 11, 2018 at 1:47 pm

      Don’t b afraid of water culture. It’s cleaner ,not that expensive and a ton less work, plus when u start to experiment , if u don’t like the results simply change the resivoir. Easy peasy

  5. Ted March 10, 2018 at 3:56 pm - Reply

    Maxsea veg and flower are great one part products. Easy and healthy

  6. Tory Brooks February 3, 2018 at 3:24 am - Reply

    Top 5

    Canna

    Advanced Nutrients

    House and Garden

    Earth Juice

    Emerald Triangle

    All have superior results.

    I have ran Gh, botanicare with ok results……… nothing to rave about.

    • Mary Jane Farmer February 3, 2018 at 6:55 pm

      Thanks for that info.

    • Zombie February 4, 2018 at 6:13 am

      Agreed.

    • Danielle March 11, 2018 at 8:03 am

      I’m first time grower indoor what should I use that isn’t so difficult to follow but will have excellent results any help will do , I’ve been reading the comments up there I just need what’s best for indoor beginner .
      Thank you

    • Mary Jane Farmer March 28, 2018 at 6:42 pm

      As you’re a beginner, I’m assuming you’re going with a soil grow(?).

      So, first off, be sure you’re getting nutes formulated for soil rather than for hydroponics.

      The Fox Farms nutes we listed above are a good beginner’s choice for soil grows. Here’s the feeding schedule on their website: https://www.foxfarmfertilizer.com/images/pdf/usa-soil-schedule-english_3-2018.pdf (PDF). Hopefully that should get you started.

      Alternatively, if you want to keep things really simple, just get some soil formulated for cannabis (Fox Farm Ocean Forest is a popular choice or their HappyFrog soil). There are a few options available. But avoid things like Miracle-Gro soil that have extended release nutrients – you can end up with the wrong nutrients still being in the soil during flowering.

      Good luck and all the best with your grow!

    • Monica August 4, 2018 at 7:18 pm

      Using Earth Juice Seablast Grow/Transition/Bloom with EJ Bio Righteous and HI Brix First yr. Not impressed plants smaller. Going to worm casting next yr.

  7. Richard February 1, 2018 at 9:42 pm - Reply

    While all this is of interest, I still find it difficult to make a selection because it appears these products are to be used in those Hydroponic Growing systems, not Soil. I’m a newbie & my first time I bought a Kit for Veg. (A-B) & Flower (A-B). When I got it, I found the directions for how to add it to a hydroponic system. I used it in my soil, scaled back in strength but, I spent that whole Time & expense only to end up with garbage. Why can’t these companies make it clear if the product is for Soil or Hydro ?

    • Mary Jane Farmer February 3, 2018 at 7:09 pm

      Not sure what product you bought that did not work for you. If it was a light, consider that the grow medium (dirt or water) really has no relation to how the plant responds to various light frequencies. If you are a hydro grower, that is a very technical and equipment intensive endeavor, but the light should not make a difference. If you have read our free e-book (find it on the right sidebar), then you might want to buy a more comprehensive Grower’s Bible. You can find that here.
      Good luck

  8. Sdpats November 23, 2017 at 7:11 pm - Reply

    Im running Canna for my first grow ever solo grow, but have been working with a friend for years who runs Botanicare. I am extremely impressed with the Canna product line and while expensive, a video from BLG (Big Little Growers) on you tube gave me a feeding schedule that was dialed back slightly and still is producing an impressive crop. My friend used Botanicare and had inspiring results.

  9. Norma Hall November 2, 2017 at 6:15 am - Reply

    Garden or farm can be made rich by using bloom booster fertilizer which is natural. As per nature if you follow natural things it will result long to you fertile soil. Chemicals destroy earthworms which are very much important for the soil.

  10. Jeff P. October 28, 2017 at 1:53 am - Reply

    Canna nutrients is what I am currently using.

    I have ran IONIC , H &G , TechnaFlora B.C Boost line

    I have had great results with all.

    They just grow differently with each line.

    • Mary Jane Farmer October 28, 2017 at 8:15 pm

      Thanks for your advice. Hope you will sign up for our growing community ( on the front page at 420beginner.com) so taht we can include you when we add a forum for members.
      Good Karma
      MaryJane Farmer

  11. Jordan Miller October 28, 2017 at 1:50 am - Reply

    House and Garden is very simple and cost effective.

    Advanced Nutrients

    Humboldt Nutrients – Grow natural and Bloom natural – my favorite flowering nutes

    Canna if you can find it – DFW

    • Mary Jane Farmer October 28, 2017 at 8:15 pm

      Thanks for your advice. Hope you will sign up for our growing community ( on the front page at 420beginner.com) so taht we can include you when we add a forum for members.
      Good Karma
      MaryJane Farmer

    • Mark Park July 31, 2018 at 5:46 am

      I am starting a medium MMJ commercial grow and was considering Humboldt but I dont see many reviews. I am strongly thinking about going organic as well. Please offer opinions!!

  12. Randy October 14, 2017 at 3:19 pm - Reply

    Advanced Nutrients line is very good for growing cannabis. Some say over hyped others say good marketing. They are pricey but worth it. You will not be disappointed.

  13. Todd September 24, 2017 at 8:58 pm - Reply

    AN products are good and you say they are expensive bullshit. I use only a 1/4 of what they say and my plants always look awesome. I use a and b conni in flower and use only a few of their supplements. There is no need to use all of them. I use big bud, bud factor x, rhino skin, and overdrive only last 3 weeks, i dont work for AN i dont know ayone there and I have friends that have used many other products as I have too and maybe they are not as good of growers I don’t know I do know in the area I live in I am told my buds are by far the best and I live in cali so that is saying something

    • Mary Jane Farmer September 25, 2017 at 2:21 pm

      Todd
      Thanks for your comment.
      MaryJane Farmer

  14. Troy Johnson August 9, 2017 at 5:10 pm - Reply

    What happened to the expensive Canna? They didn’t make this list. I have been using GH for the three years I have been growing. Gh seems good enough but if some thing yields better then the price increase is a drop in the bucket. I am ready to try something else but still want it to be simple. Advanced Nutrients has a expert set and a grandmaster set so all of the sudden the 3 bottles shown here don’t sound complete at all.

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  17. Batman 1950 July 20, 2017 at 12:17 am - Reply

    Advanced Nutrients is pure hype and can be very confusing to boot.Far to many redundent additives in that lineup. GH products are very effective and less expensive.A very consistent and totally pleasing crop can be produced easily each and every time with GH. I have also found the DynaBloom to be a excellent stand alone in flowering.TIP- always use a potassium sulfate additive during late flowering because it is depleted very rapidly from the solution at this stage of ripening. Don’t be fooled into thinking your plants need PK, they don’t ; they need just the potassium. Take this advice your plants will have great aromas and wonderful tastes.

    • Topsrite July 25, 2017 at 9:45 pm

      You are absolutely correct about advance nutrients and also 100% correct about GH.

    • Purboar January 28, 2018 at 1:45 pm

      I absolutely agree with your statement about advanced nutrients and Fox Farms too bad the scientists aren’t actual medical cannabis patients at Fox Farms they have wasted a ton of my money and time the only product they have to me that’s worth anything is Big Bloom and with Advanced Nutrients the only thing they have that’s worth anything is carbo-load everything else is too much in your plant over doing it over nuding it and you’re going to burn Cole from all those inorganic salts just use fish Emulsion kelp Big Bloom great white humic acid fulvic acid and carbo-load less is more keep all those chemicals out of your stuff the world will be a better place

    • Zombie February 4, 2018 at 6:01 am

      Lol its a safe bet you guys haven’t really used there line up or you wouldn’t be blasting them. They are top shelf. And ment for cannabis. Advanced and Canna are what all the top growers are running so why do you knock it? Is it because your a parrot and repeat what you’ve heard from other low level uneducated growers??? I just don’t get it in fact you only continue the bad reputation of the dump stoner stereotype.

    • Zombie February 4, 2018 at 6:04 am

      You can’t use any of that in hydro and hydro is where the big boys play.

    • dave May 11, 2018 at 1:31 pm

      Thanks zombie,dirt farmers are so in the dark can’t imagine getting nutrient block and having to walk plant after plant to a warm water source. I just turn a valve.

    • Lewis B. May 13, 2018 at 2:02 pm

      HERE, HERE!

    • Lewis Clayton February 12, 2018 at 7:46 pm

      Can you tell me anything about Chemgen?

    • Mary Jane Farmer February 25, 2018 at 4:22 pm

      Not on our list of reviewed products but we will add it.

  18. William Boon May 22, 2017 at 11:45 am - Reply

    I think advanced nutrients is really helpful for plants. Either you start from seed or from clones.

    • dave May 11, 2018 at 1:22 pm

      Dave. Has a question , at what Ph level did they do best at with advanced nutrients

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