Give your plants the nutrition they need.

Nutribud is your insurance and gives you the presence of mind that you are doing all you can do to give your crops and plants the best chance to reach optimum growth.

Soil Conditions

Generally, plants grow by absorbing nutrients from the soil, air from the atmosphere and water from either a hose or the sky. A plants ability to do this depends on the quality of the soil.

Soil contains a combination of sand, clay, silt, and organic matter. The soil acidity and the texture determines the extent to which nutrients are available to plants.

The texture and the ph of soil is of utmost importance. Texture of the soil will determine how well the water and nutrients are retained in the soil. The desired range of the soil ph should be between 6.0 to 6.5.

The ph will affect the availability of the nutrients and make them more readily available to your plants. One other benefit of this is microbial populations increase. Microbes convert the N2 (nitrogen) and S (sulfur) to food plants can use.

All soil is not created equally. That’s why it is important to use Plant Growth Enhancers (PGE’s) to provide your plants the necessary Macro and Micro nutrients they need.

What's in Nutribud?

Learn more about the macro and micro nutrients which are naturally present in Nutribud needed for optimum plant growth.


Nitrogen is a part of all living cells and is a necessary part of all proteins and enzymes. Nitrogen often comes from fertilizer application and from the air, metabolic processes involved in the synthesis and transfer of energy.

Nitrogen is a part of chlorophyll, the green pigment of the plant that is responsible for photosynthesis. It helps plants with rapid growth, increasing seed and fruit production and improving the quality of leaf and forage crops.

Note: Legumes get their N from the atmosphere, water or rainfall contributes very little nitrogen.


Phosphorus is an essential part of the process of photosynthesis, and involves the formation of all oils, sugars, starches, etc.

Phosphorus helps with the transformation of solar energy into chemical energy, proper plant maturation, and withstanding stress. It affects rapid growth, encourages blooming and root growth. Phosphorus often comes from fertilizer, bone meal, and superphosphate.


Potassium is absorbed by plants in larger amounts than any other mineral element except nitrogen. It helps in the building of protein, photosynthesis, fruit quality and reduction of disease, and in some cases, calcium. Potassium is supplied to plants by soil minerals, organic materials, and fertilizer.


Calcium is an essential part of plant cell wall structure and provides for normal transport and retention of other elements, as well as strength in the plant. It is also thought to counteract the effect of alkali salts and organic acids within a plant. Sources of calcium are dolomitic lime, gypsum, and superphosphate.


Magnesium is part of the chlorophyll in all green plants and essential for photosynthesis. It also helps activate many plant enzymes needed for growth. Soil minerals, organic material, fertilizers, and dolomitic limestone are sources of magnesium for plants.


Sulfur is an essential plant food for production of protein. It promotes activity and development of enzymes and vitamins. Sulfur helps in chlorophyll formation, improves root growth and seed production. Sulphur also helps with vigorous plant growth and resistance to cold. It may be supplied to the soil from rainwater. It is also added in some fertilizers as an impurity, especially the lower grade fertilizers. The use of gypsum also increases soil sulfur levels.