When you say P - you mean K right for Potassium? Phosphate (P) is higher in Thrive then in easy green. But yes, Nitrogen and Potassium are double in Easy Green vs Thrive.Thrive C is lacking in N and P, though it has a bit more than Thrive S.
When you say P - you mean K right for Potassium? Phosphate (P) is higher in Thrive then in easy green. But yes, Nitrogen and Potassium are double in Easy Green vs Thrive.
I am curious on this as I don't know, and don't seem to be able to find any actual numbers on this. How do these different percent's of water soluble NPK convert to PPM? Thrive is lacking relative to Easy Green, but is it lacking to what your aquarium actually needs? If 2x weekly dose of Thrive still gets you to the NPK PPMs that you need for healthy aquarium growth then its not lacking for our purposes. It's like saying you should take 400% vitamin C a day vs 800%. You can only use so much... as long as you are hitting the base amount needed, rest is just wasted and taken out/diluted during your weekly water change.
Edit: some additional info on this as far as the ppm goes I found on 2hr as well as EI recommended amounts. I still don't know how to convert a % soluble NPK to ppm though. https://www.2hraquarist.com/blogs/fertilize-planted-tank/how-to-read-fertiliser-labels
Analysis of the Estimative Index (EI) nutrient dosing approach