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On 5/26/2024 at 4:31 PM, JoeQ said:

From my understanding fertilizers used for aquariums are considerably weaker than ones used for terrestrial plants.

That would seem reasonable since even with injected co2 the plants are only seeing 30-35 ppm co2 at best under water and even without co2 supplementation in a grow facility the plants will very likely see 450 ppm minimum..,  And commercial grow facilities typically supplement co2 for more robust growth…


With extra co2 you would need more nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus to utilize the CO2…

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