So Osmocote come in all different packages. Mine as described below is slow release up to 2 months and is safe for shrimp and fish.
An all-in-one solution. One application contains 11 essential nutrients and feeds up to 1 to 2 months in an aquarium. Works with virtually all plant varieties and growing conditions. Each granule is coated with a unique resin that controls nutritional release. Plants get what the need, when they need it.
This product is an excellent plant food for aquarium plants. I use 1 capsule every 16 square inches (4"x 4") in my planted tanks. The amount of fertilizer that must be used should depend on factors such as water change frequency, amount of plants in the aquarium, temperature of the aquarium, lighting, etc. I suggest starting slow and letting the plants show when to add more fertilizer. I do 20% water changes on a weekly basis and fertilize my plants once a month, like stated above, watch your plants and feed them as needed. Insert the gelatin capsules deep into the substrate of your fish tank.
These root tabs are fish and shrimp safe.
Tabs are shipped with a dessicant bag to protect them from moisture.
TOTAL NITROGEN (N)*
AVAILABLE PHOSPHATE (P2O5)*
SOLUBLE POTASH (K2O)
Chelated Iron (Fe)*
* The nitrogen, phosphate, potash, magnesium, sulfur, boron, iron, manganese, molybdenum, and zinc sources have been coated to provide 12.7% coated slow-release nitrogen (N), 7.6% coated slow-release available phosphate (P2O5), 10.2% coated slow-release soluble potash (K2O), 1.1% coated slow-release magnesium (Mg), 5.1% coated slow-release sulfur (S), 0.015% coated slow-release boron (B), 0.35% coated slow-release iron (Fe), 0.05% coated slow-release manganese (Mn), 0.015% coated slow-release molybdenum (Mo), and 0.015% coated slow-release zinc (Zn)
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