High Times Magazine’s Best Nutrients of 2018

The best nutrients to increase the quality and yield of your grow–and your soul.
High Times Magazine's Best Nutrients of 2018

2018 has been a year! The ups-and-downs of the legal cannabis movement have kept us busy– but not too busy to provide our readers with a list of the year’s best nutrients. The nutes on this list should enhance size, effects, and/or the flavor of your flowers. Ideally, you want something with the right level of nourishment for your plants without any of the unwanted additives, which can negatively alter the taste and potency of your final product.

So, here’s what we recommend to anyone and everyone who’s resolution is to grow stellar, crystalline weed in 2019. May the flowering gods be with you.

High Times Magazine's Best Nutrients of 2018
Biophos Bonanza by Suite Leaf

Biophos Bonanza by Suite Leaf

Biophos Bonanza is an organic nutrient formulated for soil and soilless indoor gardening systems.

Price: $29.95 (1 quart)

Pros: This nutrient includes free-living fungi which help to uptake phosphorous. Phosphorous can help buds bloom. It is vegan and organic and they list their ingredients.

Cons: The price of a quart will cost you more than some of the other nutrients on the list.

Why we like it: Vegan, organic and they list they’re transparent about their ingredients.

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