My wife just so happened to pick up some potting soil today to re-pot some plants she's had for a while, and I've been wondering if I could use the same soil for my aquatic endeavours. Here's what I've got as far as pertinent information.
The Bag said:Expert Gardener Potting Soil
Ingredients: This product is regionally formulated from organic materials (derived from one or more of the following: peat, forest products compost, or compost), spaghum peat, perlite, a wetting agent and plant food.
Total Nitrogen (N)* 0.07%
0.04% Ammoniacal Nitrogen
0.03% Nitrate Nitrogen
Available phosphate (P2O5)* 0.01%
Soluble potash (K2O)* 0.03%
Derived from: polymer-coated: ammonium nitrate, ammonium phosphate, calcium phosphate, and potassium phosphate; and ammonium nitrate, ammonium phosphate, calcium phosphate, and potassium sulfate.
*A portion of the nitrogen, phosphate, and potash sources has been coated to provide 0.03% coated slow-release nitrogen (N), 0.002% coated slow-release available phosphate (P2O5), and 0.01% coated slow-release soluble potash (K2O).