Frogparty, you seem to have a pretty good handle on fertiliser info...I was wondering about planted aquarium ferts. Is there a major difference to these when compared to typical above water ferts? They are obviously safe for fish who live and breath in the water, so it just got me thinking about their possible use in a viv. I know nothing about aquariums, water keeping, and how submerged plants differ in fertiliser absorption compared with terrestrial plants, so this is possibly a really stupid question. ThanksI still personally feel that it is 1-unnecesary to fertilize frog vivs due to the large amount of waste that naturally collects on the plants root areas, and 2- that while it is PRESUMED safe, I doubt any teting has been done on long term effects, knowing full well that fertilizers and amphibians don't mix that well and finally 3- At "dilute" concentrations that would potentially make it viv safe, it wouldnt be worth the money.
I also feel like there are much better liquid organic ferts on the market besides dyna-gro