Seachem Flourish For Non-aquatic Plants?

Devyn103

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Hi!

This is kind of a weird question, but I was wondering if anyone has ever used aquatic plant fertilizers on "normal" plants. I have a few houseplants that could use some help, but I don't feel like going out and buying fertilizer for them. I mean, it wouldn't hurt anything, right? Could I just dilute it and give it to them? Or is it totally different?

Thanks in advance!
 

varmint

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Aquatic fertilizers can be used on normal plants. Not really economical though.
 

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Won't hurt, but seachem flourish is already so dilute I don't think it would do anything. Terrestrial fertilizers are typically more concentrated and have a lot more NPK.
 
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