Dry ferts, does this look good for low tech?
Yes, I am sorry, another dry fert question. I know nothing about them, but have been reading up and I want to make sure this sounds right. I know every tank is different, and you have to watch the plants, but I need a start point. This is for a 20 gallon, low to mid light, no co2, medium planted at the moment. I will then adjust for my smaller and larger tanks.
500 ml bottle with dose of 5 ml a week.
KNO3 123 grams
K2SO4 168 grams
KH2PO4 10 grams
Plantex CSM+B 23 grams (in different 500 ml bottle)
Since I am a beginner, I went for a package that contained all of these, as opposed to buying each. I figure I will learn what I need and don't need as I go, and can re-buy what I use.
I have been using Flourish comp, but decided to give this a try as my Hygro is loosing leaves, and getting holes. I assume that is a potassium deficiency