Brittan B. – Utah

I noticed that your liquid fertilizers are not the same N-P-K numbers as the same fertilizer in the powder form. For example, the liquid Bud and Bloom has a N-P-K of 1-2-1, but the powdered form of the same Bud and Bloom has a N-P-K of 3-9-4. Can you explain why? I am looking for the liquid versions for some seedlings and smaller plants, but actually would prefer the N-P-K ratio of the powdered versions (i.e. 3-9-4 vs. 1-2-1) so I find myself in a quandary on which product to purchase.

Brittan B. – Utah

Yes, the NPK are different from our liquids to our dry fertilizers because they are just made completely differently. Our liquid fertilizer will completely break down in about 10 days while our dry fertilizer will fully break down in about 20-25 days.  I would not get to hung up on the NPK between the liquid and dry fertilizer, try the liquid you will like it! Very nutrient rich fertilizer made with 100% Organic Whole Food.