I keep random plants in the office and mostly add fertizer sticks every few months. My desk gets approximately 3 hours of direct sunlight in the morning and indirect the remainder of the day.
There's a plastic cup holding a portion of java moss from home. The moss is starting to look dull sitting in distilled water from our vending machine and likely lacking nutrients. Read that dosing Micros and Iron greatly help mosses...
Short of adding a betta to the container, I want find out what my options are to spruce it back up again. I have Seachem Excel, root tabs and osmocote available at home. Would any of these work? Is there something that ought be more targeted like potassium nitrate or some form of nitrate?
I'm looking for low maintenance at the office without any fish and shrimp (for now) and don't mind changing out the water each week if needed. Fertilizers are completely new to me so any advice would be appreciated. thanks