What Our Customers Are Saying
“Reefertilizer nutes are producing a noticible, measurable difference.”
- Johnny – Portland Grower
“For thoses who never tried Reefertilizer products, this stuff is the Bomb!! Service is top notch!!”
- Kevin – New Brunswick Grower
“Seeing same results as more expensive nutrient kits with the added bonus of not having to mix multiple products.”
- John – BC Grower
What You Get When You Order This Bundle
Our Amazing Line of Cannabis Nutrients
Reefertilizer Start Soil Conditioner
100% organic mixture of cannabis specific mycorrhizae and a fully renewable compost made from organic brown sea kelp.
Mix a few scoops into the soil for your starter pots to give your seedlings a boost in growth. It can also be sprinkled over your root zone during transplanting to inoculate them with mycorrhizae, allowing roots to better absorb water and nutrients.
Reefertilizer start can also be used as a top dressing, 4 scoops around the base of your plant are enough to feed your plants some helpful organic nutrients from the compost and enjoy the benefits of the mycorrhizae fungi.
Reefertilizer Grow Vegetative Cannabis Fertilizer
Rich in nitrogen, but also contains many micronutrients needed for fast sustained growth for the vegetative phase of cannabis growth.
Nitrogen is used by plants to develop new leaves and strong stems. This is important for this phase of growth so that the plant has a robust structure needed to support buds and provide them plenty of nutrition.
Easy to measure and mix, perfect for beginners and advanced growers alike.
Reefertilizer Bloom Flowering Cannabis Fertilizer
When your cannabis plant starts to flower, it will shift its focus to developping buds. At this point it will also require a different ratio of nutrients that Reefertilizer Bloom will supply.
Phosphorus and potassium along with micronutrients like magnesium and calcium help your plant develop dense flowers rich in THC and terpenes. Our Bloom nutrients are highly concentrated and a little will go a long way.
Fantastic to use with autoflowering plants as well as photo period cannabis.
Some Helpful Equipment to Get You Started
Digital pH Meter Pen
Most problems when growing cannabis come from an improper balance of soil pH. Not keeping the right balance can cause nutrient lock out which then causes nutritional deficiencies.
Keep track of the pH of the water and nutrient solution you feed your plants with a digital pH meter. This digital meter is easy to calibrate so you can be confident your measurements will be accurate everytime.
5 Gallon Fabric Planters (5 pcs)
Fabric planters are far superior thanrun of the mill plastic pots. The fabric allows your roots to get oxygen which is very important to root health. These planters have sturdy handles so you can easily move your plants around.
When you order you will receive 5x five gallon planters, a great size for most indoor grow setups.
How To Grow Cannabis From Seed To Flower With Reefertilizer
Germinate Your Cannabis Seeds
Germinating seeds before putting them directly in soil is the key to successful sprouts.
Place your seeds in a damp paper towel and leave them in a warm dark place. After 1-2 days, the tap root will emerge from the seed.
They are now ready to be planted in soil or whichever medium you choose.
Plant Cannabis Seeds in Soil (Sprout Stage)
Create a soil mix using Reefertilizer Start. Add some water to make the soil mix moist and not soaking wet. Fill a small starter pot with the soil mix and make a half inch deep hole in the center. Gently place you seed in the hole and cover.
If you start by planting your seeds in a smaller starter pot you will need to transplant the sprout to a larger pot when you begin the vegetation phase. This method makes it easier to handle and maintain the sprout while speeding up growth.
Alternatively you can plant you seed in a larger 5 Gallon planter and avoid transplanting later on.
Optimum Environment for Cannabis Seedlings
Temperature: 20°C – 30°C
Humidity: 70% – 80%
Feed Plants Reefertilizer Grow (Vegetation Stage)
Once the plant has 3-4 sets of leaves, begin feeding them nutrients. Start with a low dose of Grow on the first week, A medium dose the second week, and a full dose every additional week.
The plant should grow quickly, this is the best time to train you plant to optimize growth.
Optimum Environment For Vegetative Cannabis
Temperature: 20°C – 30°C
Humidity: 40% – 60%
Feed Plants Reefertilizer Bloom (Flowering Stage)
Once you switch to a 12/12 light cycle or the buds begin to form, it’s time to switch to using Bloom.
Start with a low dose of Bloom on the first week of flower, A medium dose the second week, and a full dose every additional week.
You can optimize growth by removing any leaves that aren’t receiving direct light at the beginning of the flowering stage.
Optimum Environment For Flowering Cannabis
Temperature: 18°C – 26°C
Humidity: 30% – 50%
Flush / Harvest
Your plant is mature when the hairs on the buds are 80% orange. For more accuracy use a microscope to look at the trichomes. If 80% of the trichomes are cloudy, your plant is ready to flush then harvest.
Flushing your plant will help remove any excess nutrients from the soil and improve the quality of the harvest. To flush your plant, give it plenty of pH balanced water, twice the volume of the planter will be enough. Do this one week before harvest.
Harvest you plant by clipping the branches or buds. Trim away any leaves and let them dry in a cool place for 5-7 days.
Once the stems snap when bent, the buds have completed drying and are ready to consume.
To improve the taste and quality, cure your buds. Curing allows the breakdown of chlorophyll and carbohydrates and will improve the flavour and quality of the buds. To cure your buds, place them in an airtight container. Remove the lid once or twice a day for 20 minutes, this is called burping. Burp your containers for 2-4 weeks. Adding a two-way humidity pack to the container will help as well.
Optimum Environment For Drying Cannabis
Temperature: 15°C – 21°C
Humidity: 45% – 55%