Cornucopia Plus Corp., Underhill, Vermont, Low Salt Liquid Fertilizers
With Cornucopia Plus™, the face of hydroponic gardening is now changed forever.
Why Cornucopia Plus Advantage Low-Salt Fertilizers? ::: Learn More
Previously only available to visitors of our retail store, Cornucopia Plus™ introduces the Cornucopia Plus™ Advantage line of plant fertilizers--low salt fertilizers made using clear mountain spring water, and the purest form of nutrient additives.
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Necessary Plant Energy
buffer fertilizer salts, preventing root burn, and reducing insoluble mineral precipitates, energizing plant metabolism and maximizing plant production.
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Advantage Grow
is used for leafy veggies, to prolong vegetative cycle, keeping cutting (stock plant) productive, with lush green vegetation without pushing for reproduction and early maturity.
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Advantage Bloom
is highly effective when used with Cornucopia Plus™
Advantage Grow during the production cycle, and as a trigger/boost with Cornucopia Plus™
Formula X for flowering plants. Plants and flowers burst with vivid color and spectacular long lasting blooms!
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Formula X
is a grow & bloom all-purpose fertilizer. Flowers, house plants, and herbs respond to FORMULA X with accelerated growth producing herbs with pronounced smell and flavor, herbs and lettuce with sweeter aroma and excellent taste, and house plant leaves that are greener and larger, with greater drought resistance. Excellent for hydroponics or soil.
CORNUCOPIA PLUS ADVANTAGE low-salt fertilizers include abundant sulfur, often lacking in other fertilizers. Sulfur, working along with a broad range of nutrient and trace elements, help produce robust growth, improves foliage color, co2 fixation, root development and chlorophyll production.

Father of Bioponics Contributed More Than Just His Genius
Dr. Luther W. Thomas

Dr. Luther W. Thomas was known worldwide for his brilliant writings and lectures in plant science, marketing and design, and for developing a breakthrough biogeochemical active nutrient solution for hydroponics he named Bioponics. But perhaps his greatest contribution to the field was his ability to share knowledge in a way that mentored growers worldwide, encouraging them to maximize their own potential in the years to come.

Dr.Thomas' beloved wife Amelia remembers him this way: " My beloved husband always astonished me with his brilliance and scientific knowledge. Luther was a man of honor and integrity."

Close friend and protégé Richard Middlebrook, CEO of Cornucopia Plus corp, remembers: "Luther was a genius to me. He had the ability and vision to see things from a completely different viewpoint than the average human being. He treated me like a son. It was an honor to have him as a teacher, mentor, business consultant and very dear friend."

In his role as mentor, Dr. Thomas often said:
"Don't start anything you do not have the ability or knowledge to complete."
"Always have a back-up."
"Listen, you might learn something."
"Trust me on this one"

Dr. Thomas, 66, died December 20, 2002 in Hazleton, Pennsylvania.

He was born in Virginia in 1936 and was a graduate of the University of Utah, Salt Lake, and the University of California, Berkeley, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing and marine biology, a master of science degree in Microbiology, and a doctorate in biochemistry. He also was a Korean War veteran serving from 1953 to 1957 with the 24th Division Fifth and Ninth Regiment, Second Battalion, George Company, and a recipient of the Purple Heart.

Luther founded his first company, "Water Farm" in Orange County, California. He later was president and owner of the Earth and Sea Bioproducts and Applied Regeneration Technology, Water Science, in Kaysville, Utah. He was a founding member of the Association for Garden Writers of America and a contributing author to numerous agriculture publications including Acres, USA, Growing Edge, and Practical Hydroponics. A sampling of his many titles include "You Are What You Eat;" "Enzymes for Plant Hereditary Potential;" The Role of Gases in Nutrient Solutions;" The Application of Organic Gardening to Hydroponics;" "Solution pH and Temperature as Limiting Factors;" "Organic Nutrient Extractor for Hydroponic Systems;" and "A Microbrial Culture Chemostat."

Dr. Thomas' visionary work serves as an inspiration to all growers and an example of what can be accomplished in the spirit of mentoring, scientific discovery, and appled knowledge for the good of all. For more information about Dr. Thomas and his work, log on to

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