Originally Posted by Gill Man
Nitrogen, phosphoric acid, potash [potassium]
11 percent total nitrogen
4.9 percent ammoniacal nitrogen
6.1 percent nitrate nitrogen
15 percent available phosphoric acid
20 percent soluble potash
It's a good product for general fertilization, but if you're testing and trying to keep a certain ratio you might want to fine tune your fertilization regimen. I'm still working on mine, too.
No, they stink, they have NH4(4.9%) in there, that's the issue with general ferts and Jobes, you pull one up and you'll have green water.
That's lousy and should not be sold for aquarium use.
I can sell Miracle grow and say the same thing, they make sticks too, less NH4 as well.
Back to the issue, PO4, I think it's a cheap test kit that's giving you funny readings and unless you have claibrated the test kit, there's no way you can have much confidence it it.
Adding something to remove something that is plant nutrient is slightly irrational. Why add something to take it out?
That's the plant's job. If you have a buildup of PO4, you need to find out why the plants are not removing it, they are quite efficicent at PO4 and NO3 removal.
So you have two things to consider, the test kit, the principle of removal in the first place.
It's your money.
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