Green Planet

Our Mission

It has always been, and will always be, about quality. We’re passionate about sourcing the purest, cleanest water, using the highest quality materials, ensuring that the environment is protected, and improving the lives of the people who grow with us.

Green Planet Family

We are a team with an all-in mentality, it’s not just a job for us, it’s our passion. We’re innovators who constantly seek to push ourselves and our products forward. We celebrate diversity and strive to create a team where each of us can be ourselves.




Back Country Blend Grow and Bloom formulas are designed to provide your outdoor plants with a full spectrum of nutrients during the vegetative (Grow) stage and the flowering (Bloom) stage of growth. Back Country Blend is granular in design, so adding it to the soil is easy. This game-changing outdoor fertilizer can either be applied by top-dress application or be mixed throughout the soil. Its low application rate makes feeding simple by only requiring application every 3 – 5 weeks so you can focus on tending to your plants to achieve the best results possible.


Back Country Blend is a stabilized granular nutrient system perfectly engineered for each stage of growth. Grow and Bloom contain a carefully selected blend of Nitrogen (N), Phosphorous (P), Potassium (K), and Calcium (Ca) that are measured specifically for either the Grow or Bloom stage. Nitrogen is a vital element as it is a major component of chlorophyll, the compound in plants that allows photosynthesis to occur. Nitrogen also plays a major role in amino acids (the building blocks of proteins) and promotes vigorous plant growth and dark green foliage.

Phosphorus plays a key role throughout all essential plant functions including energy transfer, photosynthesis and nutrient movement throughout the plant.

Potassium (also commonly known as Potash), as a result of its role in photosynthesis, aids in the uptake of Phosphorus and in the conversion of Phosphorus into energy. Potassium regulates the opening and closing of the stomata, which regulates CO₂ uptake and is essential for many physiological processes, activation of enzymes and strengthening of cell walls.