Calcium Sulfate CaSO4 - DIY Aquarium Plant Fertilizer
- provides Calcium (Ca) and Sulfur (S) to plants, vital macronutrients
- raises general hardness (GH) in soft water
- Calcium Sulfate (CaSO4), DIY Aquarium Plant Fertilizer, is vital to cell structure, enzymes, nitrogen conversion and absorption.
- Calcium regulates nutrient transport into the plant and nutrient retention. Deficiency manifests as plant stunting, inward leaf curling toward veins/center, defective or rotting root system.
- aids in cell structure and growth, photosynthesis, plant structure and growth, nitrogen conversion and absorption, and enzyme activator
Deficiency Symptoms: dwarfed deformed growth, necrotic curled new leaves, blackened stubby roots, reduced leaf growth, leaf tip burn
Calcium Sulfate Dihydrate (CaSO4.2H2O) - 97%
- Calcium(Ca) - 22.5%
- Sulfur(S) - 18.0%
How to dose Calcium Sulfate CaSO4 in your planted aquarium
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Expect an increase of 1ppm Ca per every 163 milligrams (equivalent to less than 1/32 tsp + 1/64 tsp) CaSO4.2H2O added to your 10gal aquarium to yield:
- Ca - 1ppm
- S - 0.8ppm
- dGH - 0.14