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Good Dirt

Plant Food - 15 oz

Plant Food - 15 oz

Regular price $24.00 USD
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Easy, efficient and effective… Naturally. Good Dirt Plant Food can be used with any plant — indoors and out. It contains oil-seed extract, a renewable source of plant nutrition which has “Boost Molecules” (amino acids) known to improve overall plant health! This not only feeds the plant but feeds the living beneficial microorganisms (PlantBiotics®) in the soil to keep that “living soil” living! Use with Good Dirt PlantBiotics® for best results.


  • Ideal for indoor and outdoor plants
  • Concentrated formula blends evenly with water and makes up to 60 gallons of feeding solution
  • Contains oilseed extract known to improve overall plant health
  • Pathogen-Free, Heavy metals free, GMO-free, Chemical-free
  • Made from renewable plant resources and sustainably produced in a zero-waste manufacturing facility in the USA


May be applied each time plants are watered; plants will store the nutrients and only use what they need to grow. Make a fresh solution every time you feed.
  • Outdoors: Mix 3 capfuls Good Dirt Plant Food into 1 gallon of water
  • Indoors: Mix 1 capful Good Dirt Plant Food into 1 gallon of water
  • Contains ~60 Capfuls
Good Dirt Plant Food has a five-year shelf life. We recommend making a new solution each time you feed your plants. If you have left over plant food after mixing it with water, it can be stored for up to 48 hours. We recommend using all that you mixed, as it can be fed to your lawn, shrubs, or anything that grows.

    What’s the N-P-K ratio of your Plant Food? 

    The NPK (Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium) of the Plant Food is 10-4-3. Keep in mind this is a liquid, so it is double the weight of a water soluble plant food. The added benefit from Good Dirt Plant Food is the oilseed extract that contains everything from the seed that naturally provides so much more for the plant health and growth than the NPK.

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