When it comes to choosing between powdered and liquid plant nutrients, people often ask me why I prefer the powdered variety. It's simple really - we want to provide our customers with pure plant nutrients, not some watered-down crap.
Powdered plant nutrients are typically more concentrated than their liquid counterparts, which means you can use less of them to achieve the same results. And because they are more concentrated, they are also more cost-effective in the long run.
Another benefit of powdered plant nutrients is that they tend to have a longer shelf life than liquid nutrients. Liquid nutrients can spoil or go bad over time, especially if they are not stored properly. But with powdered nutrients, you don't have to worry about them going bad as long as you store them in a cool, dry place.
Powdered nutrients are also easier to transport and store than liquid nutrients. Liquid nutrients can be heavy and bulky, and they can take up a lot of space. But with powdered nutrients, you can pack more nutrients into a smaller space, which makes them easier to transport and store.
So if you want pure plant nutrients that are cost-effective, have a long shelf life, and are easy to transport and store, then powdered plant nutrients are the way to go. Don't settle for watered-down crap - choose the best for your plants and your wallet.