Grow Candy™ A & B is a high performance all-round fertiliser composed of a unique blend of essential elements for vigorous plant growth, and intense flowering and fruiting for a wide variety of plants.


Grow Candy™ A & B incorporates a unique patent pending Plant Nutrition Delivery System (PNDS®) that enables plants to increase and maintain nutrient absorption at various levels within the recommended pH range. The PND System is designed to activate synergy between the various essential nutrients in order to maximise nutrient absorption thus resulting in superior plant growth with more sustainable use of our precious resources.   


Grow Candy™ A & B is pH stabilised and suitable for all mediums and substrates.

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Grow Candy™ A & B comprises of high quality locally sourced major nutrients including Nitrogen (N), Phosphorous (P) and Potassium (K), secondary macro nutrients including Sulphur (S), Magnesium (Mg), and Calcium (Ca) and secondary micro nutrients including Iron (Fe), Manganese (Mn), Zinc (Zn), Boron (B), Copper (Cu) and Molybdenum (Mo). Secondary nutrients, though absorbed in smaller portions, are equally as important for plants to thrive.


When it comes to yielding vibrant and well-developed plants the early stages of growth are the most crucial. During this phase plants will predominately use Nitrogen (N) and Potassium (K), to lay down their structural foundation.

Nitrogen (N) is a major component of plant chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is the compound that provides plants with the ability to use sunlight energy to produce sugars from water and carbon dioxide. This process is commonly known as photosynthesis. Nitrogen is also a major component of amino acids, which are the protein building blocks that make up the cell walls of a plant’s structure.

Potassium (K) is responsible for regulating CO2 uptake, controlling water and nutrition uptake as well as controlling countless other processes such as protein and starch synthesis. Potassium is commonly considered as the “quality nutrient" as it affects the plant’s shape, size, colour, taste and other measurements attributed to healthy produce.

During the flower phase, plants will slow down in leaf and structural growth and begin to focus their energy on budding and flowering. During this phase plants will predominately use Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K) to produce fruits and flowers.

Phosphorous (P) is the element responsible for assisting your plants to convert other nutrients into usable building blocks necessary for growth. Phosphorus compounds are extremely solvent, therefore there tends to be a deficit in the supply available for your plants to sufficiently absorb. This is particularly the case when your plants are in their mature stages of growth and bloom.