Oregon’s Only produces a line of some of the finest organic nutrients available called Nectar for the Gods.
This is the 3rd piece of a 4 part blog series that will dive into each nutrient level they offer. Part 3 will focus on their “Advanced line”
Every plant needs certain compounds for growth beyond soil, light, water, and CO2. Athena’s Aminas provides a readily available amino acid source of nitrogen to optimize protein production and allow for maximum growth rates. By adding an amino acid source of nitrogen, you enable your plants to build proteins as quickly as they are able. When using Athena’s Aminas, you can expect to see faster, healthier growth, resulting in bigger, more vigorous plants.
Many production problems originate with too much nitrogen and potassium and not enough available calcium and phosphate. Calcium is the “queen-king” of all nutrients, aiding enzymatic action, feeding soil microbes, improving nutrient availability and cell wall integrity, encouraging solid stem growth (vs. hollow in a calcium-deficient situation) and preventing stem breakage. Calcium promotes smooth, sweet, aromatic produce, and generally leads to healthier, more vigorous growth.
Mega Morpheus is a fully digested source of readily available natural phosphate, and the only guano tea on the market today that is free of grit and sand. Our unique process completely filters out grit and sand, offering a consistency suitable for soil, soilless, and hydroponic growing mediums. Nutrients in Mega Morpheus are made totally available through digestion and chelation, increasing nutrient delivery and uptake. When using Mega Morpheus, you can expect an increase in photosynthesis, vigor and health, as well as flower size and flavor.
Aphrodite’s Extraction provides a rich blend of sucrose, glucose, and phosphate to promote a thriving microbial population and strong, healthy plant growth. In addition to calcium, microbes need carbon in order to manufacture complex proteins for normal growth and reproduction: low carbon equals low microbial activity. Sucrose is one of the most available forms of carbon for a plant. When sucrose and glucose are blended with proteins, it becomes a microbial feast.
Here is a video of Scott from Oregon’s Only going into more detail how each of these 4 are made and used: