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News, maintenance, and grower tips about cannabis fertilizer and water soluble fertilizer from Plant-Prod and Plantex fertilizer suppliers near you.

how old should cannabis cuttings be before adding nutrients

How old should cannabis cuttings be before adding nutrients? 6 things growers should know:

For beginner growers, a common question is “how old should seedlings be before nutrients are applied?” However, more experienced growers will know that question should actually be “how old should cannabis cuttings be before adding nutrients?” The reason is that starting from seedlings is much more time-consuming than starting from cuttings from mother plants. With […]

MPPI Supports Horticulture Education

This past month, Plant-Prod was honoured to be able to support one of our employee’s local schools by making a donation to increase awareness to the horticulture industry. The below comes from the Leipsic Local School District Facebook page: “During the February Board of Education meeting, Mr. Greg Williamson, LLSD Superintendent accepted a donation from […]

Regulatory Modernization

In October 2020, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) brought into force their updated Fertilizer Act and Regulations. These changes have been almost 10 years in the making and introduce several updates to various topics, including: Registration exemptions Labeling requirements This renewal also provides a three-year transitional period that allows companies to comply with either […]

Cannabis and Calcium

Cal Kick vs. Spike (CaMg) – When to Use Which Source of Calcium If you’re familiar with our Plant-Prod MJ program, then there’s a chance you’re not quite sure just how Spike fits into the lineup. In today’s article we’ll put the record straight. First, let’s talk about the need for calcium within the program. […]

Our Devotion to Quality

You may have seen our previous posts on our extensive quality control and assurance procedures and our focus on heavy metals. Now we offer our certification of this dedication in a signed letter. Available for download for your records. We are committed to offering the highest quality water soluble fertilizer. Have a question? Feel free […]

Fertilize for Compliance with Plant-Prod MJ™

Plant-Prod MJ™ is unique in the market. It is specially formulated for large-scale licensed producers of cannabis. Its guaranteed nutrients are extremely pure, completely soluble and clearly listed on each of the labels. There are no secret additives or “teas” that are common in liquid fertilizers. The Plant-Prod MJ™ Production Program has been developed based […]

Reading your rates – Part 2

Fertilizer Rates & Concentration Values Last post, we outlined the connection between electrical conductivity and the fertilizer concentration in your nutrient solution. Here, we outline the missing link – the relation between parts per million of Nitrogen (ppm N) and actual feeding rates (g/L, oz/gal). In the horticultural industry, rates of fertilizers have traditionally been […]

Reading your rates – Part 1

Electrical Conductivity & Fertilizer Concentration Regular monitoring of the electrical conductivity (EC) of your nutrient solution is a vital part of any fertigation program. Electrical conductivity is the ability of a solution to conduct an electrical current. Most elements (plant essential or other) that are soluble in water will contribute to the conductivity of water […]

Quality Control like no other

The best quality, every single time Our Quality Control and Assurance Procedures have been in place and continuously enhanced since 1945. These processes have assured that we deliver the best quality products, every single time. When you can rely on the quality and consistency of your nutritional inputs, you can rely on the quality and […]

Plant-Prod MJ is growing

Plant-Prod is pleased to announce a new addition to the Plant-Prod MJ product line, designed specifically for the cannabis industry – Plant-Prod MJ Spike (CaMg). This new Spike (CaMg) fertilizer is made of exclusively chelated calcium (Ca) and chelated magnesium (Mg). Cannabis requires significant levels of Ca and Mg throughout the production cycle, especially during […]