Base Feeding Schedule
Want to grow with us? Check out our base feeding schedule below. This feeding schedule is great for outdoor & indoor grows and can be used with various fruits, vegetables and herb including tomatoes, corn and more! Leafy Green Grow & Beefy Bud Bloom contain primary npk ingredients, secondary nutrients (calcium & magnesium) and micronutrients to support healthy growth throughout the grow cycle. We also include humic acids in both the Leafy Green Grow & Beefy Bud Bloom to allow for better nutrient uptake and water retention. Our easy to use guide can be use on both photoperiod and autoflower plants. If your growing indoors & find your plants generally need a cal-mag boost, check out full amendment line below.
Full Amendment Feeding Schedule
Our full amendment feeding schedule is great for large indoor yields adding extra cal-mag and potassium into your grow. Adding this extra boost is a  great when growing in controlled environments, in coco, have hungry feeders, using RO water and more. 
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Which Mediums To Use Green Rush Nutrients in

The nutrients are powder based and concentrated, they mix in water very easily and so can be used in various setups. Our versatile nutrients are suitable for various setups, including soil, coco, foliar spray, and rockwool applications. It's worth noting that our nutrients may not be entirely water soluble, leaving behind some particles after mixing. 

During the germination and seedling stages of a plant’s life, they often don’t require a whole ton of additives. Root boosters that contain ​​phosphorus & potassium are beneficial as they help the plant to develop a strong root base and allow for continued growth throughout the plant’s life. Even still, the plant in its first three weeks of life is fragile and should only be given small amounts of nutrients if any. 


A plant will enter the vegetation stage in the 3-4th week of life when it has grown out it’s first set of leaves. This period of the plant’s life is when it is focused on growing out it’s stem and new formation of leaves. During this stage the plant will not grow any flowers or buds but rather will grow outwards according to the world around it and will require higher amounts of nitrogen compared to phosphorus and potassium. Often the medium into which it is grown, as well as the room the roots have to grow, will determine the overall size of the plant. For example, the size of the pot to which the plant is grown in will limit its height and outward growth. The plant will stay in this stage of growth anywhere from 4 to 15+ weeks depending on light cycles and type of plant. During the first week of veg the plant is still in it’s initial growth and so we recommend using only 50% the recommended dosage (half teaspoon per litre of water). In week 2 and onward you can proceed with the regular amount of nutrient which is 1 teaspoon per litre of water. 

The plant’s Bloom or Flowering stage is all about bud growth. Your plant will cease to grow in height or width and will focus all of its energy on developing flowers. Because of this, the plant requires less nitrogen and more phosphorus and potassium to operate. Our Beefy Bud Bloom contains the right balance of NPK that your plant requires in flower. 

Flushing involves halting nutrient feeding to the plant for a minimum of two weeks before harvest. This allows the plant to utilize excess nutrients in the growing medium. Flushing does not require excessive watering; instead, simply water the plant as usual during this period.

General Rule of Thumb

Growing comes in many different climates, temperatures and setups. Our number 1 rule of thumb is to do what works best for you and the plants. Like humans, plants are unique. They often require different love and care depending on the type and individual unique setup.

PDF Tracking Guide
We've put together a printable pdf page you can download in order to track your progress. The pdf can be downloaded here.