Seachem Flourish Potassium 500ml Plant Fertiliser

Seachem Flourish Potassium 500ml Plant Fertiliser

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Seachem Flourish Potassium 500mlFlourish Potassium Product Description Flourish Potassium contains 50,000 mg/L of potassium suitable for the natural planted aquarium. Potassium is one of several elements that are vitally important to maintaining a vigorous level of growth in a planted aquarium. Potassium can become depleted......

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Seachem Flourish Potassium 500ml



Flourish Potassium

Product Description

Flourish Potassium contains 50,000 mg/L of potassium suitable for the natural planted aquarium Potassium is one of several elements that are vitally important to maintaining a vigorous level of growth in a planted aquarium Potassium can become depleted in a rapidly growing system or when the source water has a low mineral content In these cases potassium could become the limiting factor to growth

Use Flourish Potassium to prevent potassium depletion (signs of which include yellowing in older leaves) and maintain the highest level of growth.

Why It's Different

The most easily obtained sources of potassium are potassium nitrate and potassium phosphate Both of these sources add to either nitrogen or phosphorus as well as potassium, making it virtually impossible to target a specific NPK ratio Flourish Potassium is derived from potassium sulfate, allowing the user to adjust potassium levels without affecting nitrogen or phosphorus.

Directions

Use 1 capful (5 mL) for every 125 L (30 gallons*)

This dose raises potassium by 2 mg/L Repeat 2–3 times per week or as needed (in response to signs of potassium deficiency in older leaves which includes: chlorosis (yellowing), necrosis (death/browning), and weak stems and roots.

Guaranteed Analysis

  • Soluble Potassium (K2O) 05.8%
  • Derived from: Potassium Sulfate


  • Elemental potassium is present at a concentration of 50,000 ppm (e.g 5%) Archaic fertilizer laws require us to list potassium in terms of equivalence to a material that is not present (K2O) rather than the more scientificaly sound method of simple elemental equivalence.



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