Some myths about fertilizer
The purpose of this discussion is to talk about some common myths about fertilizers in general. This is not the first post or time this has been talked about on here, but I would like to discuss and display it even further.
The first myth is bloom boosters. I used to really think that they had to work, but I was in fact very wrong. If plants are getting enough phosphorus as it is adding more will harm then do good.
The next is the common myth that to grow a plant or crop to it's full potential organics must be used. From a nutritional standpoint this is a big myth. As I learned on here from some very informative posters- plants can't in fact tell the difference from organic or synthetic fertilizer. Plants can only uptake elements in soluble form. At that point the element in which the plant is uptaking is the same element whether it came from an organic or synthetic source
I would like to here from anyone that has anything to add. I posted this to try to learn more about it.