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Meet Re-Nuble

Re-Nuble creates a line of organic, non-toxic, liquid fertilizer for hydroponic growers and traditional gardeners as an affordable and effective alternative to chemicals.

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Key Features

Less Expensive

Plant food from Re-Nuble is 20-30% less expensive than other leading brands.


Our line of nutrients are developed from plants, for plants. We introduce no chemical additives into our process.

100% Chemical-FREE

Our line of products contain no artificial ingredients. Safer ingredients create kid and pet-friendly environments.

Optimal Growth

Stimulating vigorous vegetative growth, our special brew encourages sturdier, healthier stems and leaves, providing just the right amount of nutrients and minerals to create the kind of healthy plants that you’ll need later in the season for more abundant buds and blooms.

Meet Our Creators

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Tinia Pina

Founder & CEO

 Tinia received her B.S. in Business Information Technology from Virginia Tech and is a SWANA Certified Composting Systems Technical Associate. Her experiences related to food waste, food systems and sustainability have fueled her passion to  increase our communities’ resilience, prosperity, and knowledge to help us live more conscious lives.

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Dr. Steven Burnett

VP of Research & Development

Dr. Steven Burnett holds a B.S. in Chemistry and a Minor in Microbiology from the University of Hawaii. In addition, he possesses a Ph.D. in Chemistry with a focus in nanocomposites and dispersions from Howard University.  Prior to obtaining his Doctorate, Steven worked as an Analytical Chemist at Pharmavite LLC where he optimized quality testing for soft gel blends and powder to meet U.S. Pharmacopeia’s quality standards and developed standard operating procedures for Near infrared (IR) characterization.  Steven is passionate about supporting efforts to preserve oceanic habitats, the conservation of wildlife populations, and the use aquaponics as a sustainable food source.

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Andrew Carter

Hydroponic Systems Specialist + Product Manager

Andrew received a BSc in Environmental Sciences and Ecological Design from the Rubenstein School at the University of Vermont.  He is a hydroponic grower and systems designer by trade, but is interested in robotics, controlled environments, and the future of farming.