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Flourish Vs. Flourish Trace

Discussion in 'Advanced Strategies and Fertilization' started by imatrout, Dec 8, 2005.

  1. imatrout

    imatrout Prolific Poster

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    All,

    I am confused about the difference between Flourish and Flourish Trace. They seem to be overlapping products. In fact, I have been using EI and adding Flouish on off days, not Flourish Trace. Which should I be using? Could the Flourish be causing me to have higher than I thought I was dosing PO4?

    Thanks for the help.
     
  2. Spar

    Spar Guru Class Expert

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    Re: Flourish Vs. Flourish Trace

    someone else can chime in with the reasons, but you should be dosing the one that just says "Flourish".

    Only difference I can think of is that the Flourish has extra iron in it.

    I think it is dumb they are overlapping products, as you said. But, not much we can do about it :)
     
  3. brad

    brad Prolific Poster

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    Re: Flourish Vs. Flourish Trace

    Trace is basically watered down Flourish. Just stick with the regular Flourish. It doesn`t contain po4 so shouldn`t be given you higher readings.
     
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