HGV Superior Plant Nutrition


HGV Nutrients is excited to announce its new exclusive partnership with Hydrobuilder.com!

Calling All HGV customers! Due to the new partnership with Hydrobuilder, HGV customers that previously ordered directly from hgvnutes.com will now need to order from Hydrobuilder.com/brands/hgv-nutrients.html

Just create an account and place an order. It’s that simple! Shop HGV Nutrients Now!

HGV’s New State-of-the-Art Manufacturing Facility Is Now Open

HGV has recently built a new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Los Angeles, CA. We are one of the only nutrient companies that actually makes every batch on-site using blending equipment that was designed and custom-built just for us. Most companies simply farm out their manufacturing to the lowest cost “toll blender”. They are not involved in the production or quality control of their product or even the sourcing of the raw materials used to make it.

We have over 600,000 cubic feet of climate-controlled storage for all of our raw materials which gives us an advantage in today’s unstable global markets. We have also sourced all of our materials from the same suppliers for over 30 years which leads to the batch-to-batch consistency as well as stable pricing and continuous supply our customers rely on.


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 Home Gardens 

Growing your own produce at home is not only rewarding but also a lot healthier and more cost-effective than shopping at farmers’ markets or the big chain stores. From a few plants in pots to an entire yard filled with fruits, veggies, and flowers, HGV Nutrients will help you achieve the garden you have always dreamed about.



 Commercial Agriculture 

HGV nutrients were created out of necessity shortly after Ron Goldman started Home Grown Hydro Farms in 1989. At that time, there were no cost-effective specialty nutrients on the market. What was available was so expensive, production costs threatened to consume what little profit the new company was making.