Alright thanks. I don’t really need any I was just wondering if it could work but I guess not
It sounds like it would work in theory, but I’m sure other people understand the more realistic reasons why it wouldn’t. Something to do with the ingredients probably.
I used thrive C for a while until I realized it wasnt raising my nitrates and added too much phosphates to my water, both resulting in really bad Cyanobacteria. So I ordered some powdered potassium nitrate and added a cup to one gallon of water. The KNO3 raises my nitrates and adds potassium, then I just dose iron for the red plants. I have no issues just doing that, it was really cheap and I have a whole gallon of solution that raises my nitrates to 20ppm with just 5 mL. Making your own fertilizers is way better than buying premade mixes! It is cheaper in the long run and lasts forever, as well as being customizable. (Just in case you’re considering buying ferts)