Lotus Nutrients

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Purified. Simplified. Perfected.


15 raw, natural ingredients including 13 essential Macro & Microelements in a 100% water-soluble powder


Simple & complete 3-part system replaces needlessly complicated 8-10 part liquid nutrient recipes


Formulated for medicinal plants, with everything they need from seed to harvest, to produce unmatched results

Formulated By Medical Growers. Designed For Medicinal Plants.

In an industry where growers are faced with hundreds of nutrient options, Lotus set out to make a simpler, more complete, 3-part nutrient line that replaces the need for complex 8-10 part recipes. Our pure system gives your plants everything they need from seed to harvest, giving you unmatched results in flowering plants. Specifically formulated for medicinal plants, Lotus is comprised of 15 unique raw, natural ingredients including 13 essential macro and micro elements as well as raw materials like seaweed plant extract, humalite, and plant protein hydrolysate. Lotus is 100% water-soluble, milled and blended to provide perfect consistency, and contain no binders, fillers, or dyes.

Formulated to give your plants exactly what they need for lush, rapid vegetative growth. Produces thick stems, tight inter-nodal spacing, dense canopy development, and massive root systems.

Designed to trigger the rapid onset of flowering, by providing all the components needed for strong development, producing dense, massive yields spanning all flowering sites.

The turbo-charged secret weapon that leads to an unsurpassed size and density of flowers, while maximizing oil and terpene production for increased potency and taste.

Macro Nutrients

Nitrogen is the building block for plant proteins and also the formation of amino acids. It is essential for cell division within the plant, which is of course extremely important for fast growing plants. Nitrogen is a mobile element and deficiencies are easily spotted from chlorotic or yellowing older leaves.

Phosphorus (or Phosphate) is responsible for early development of roots. It is involved in multiple activities such as cell division, energy storage and transfer, respiration, and photosynthesis. Deficiencies can be very difficult to diagnose, but can be similar in appearance to a Nitrogen deficiency.

Potassium is critical for the formation of fruits and flowers, and the quality of the finished product. It aids in immune responses such as temperature hardiness and disease/pest resistance. Deficiencies can lead to increased pests and/or disease and lessen the plant’s resistance to changes in temperature.

Secondary Nutrients

Calcium is used in both photosynthesis and in the plant’s structure. It acts as a regulator to the transport of nutrients, and aids in cell division and formation, and the activation of plant enzymes. Signs of deficiencies include stunted growth and poor fruit set.

Magnesium is a key element of chlorophyll production and an activator to several plant enzymes. It is critical for early flower onset and regulates the maturation process. Magnesium is mobile, so deficiencies usually show in older leaves, but move into younger leaves as it progresses.

Sulfur is a structural component of some amino acids and vitamins and is essential in the manufacturing of chloroplasts. Being that Sulphur is a mobile element, deficiencies usually effect older leaves first and can include yellowing of leaves and stunted growth.

Micro Nutrients

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