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  • Description

    Please note that the product information displayed is provided by manufacturers, suppliers and other third parties and is not independently verified by Petco.

    Flourish Iron is a highly concentrated (10,000 mg/L) ferrous iron gluconate supplement. Plants are able to easily derive a benefit from Flourish Iron because ferrous iron gluconate is already in the ferrous form so they do not expend energy reducing it. Despite what other manufacturers may intimate, gluconate is not harmful to plants or fish. In fact, ferrous gluconate is better suited to foliar feeding than is iron-EDTA, owing to the relatively weaker iron-gluconate bonding vs. iron_EDTA bonding. In addition, ferrous gluconate has the added bonus of being a source of carbon.

    • - Highly concentrated (10,000 mg/L)
    • - Ferrous gluconate iron
    • - Ferrous gluconate is better suited to foliar feeding than iron-EDTA

    Specifications

    • SKU

      2780320

    • Primary Brand

      Seachem

    • Days to Ship

      Ships Next Business Day

  • Item Dimensions

    • Volume

      250 ML

  • Use 1 capful (5 mL) for each 200 L (50 gallons) or as required to maintain about .10 mg/L iron. For smaller doses please note that each cap thread is about 1 mL. Use MultiTest: Iron test kit to monitor iron concentrations. Due to rapid utilization, test within 30 minutes. Use as needed to combat signs of iron deficiecy (usually seen in new growth) which include: chlorosis (yellowing) of tissue between veins and short and slender stems.

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