My pot of Pinguicula moranensis is obviously a good deal away from being healthy enough to consider fertilizing them (I want them to reestablish their roots and commence healthy growth in their new homes), but what do all of you use to fertilize your pings? *Or do you even bother to fertilize them at all?
Have any of you experimented with seaweed extract? I have a bottle at home (Saltwater Farms' SeaStart) with a NPK value of 0-4-4 and it is supposed to contain a great variety of micronutrients and trace elements. *It is also fortified with vitamins B1, B2, B5, B6, vitamin C, folic acid, biotin and pantothenic acid. *Believe me, I have no idea what role all of these additives play in healthy plant growth, but I have used this product (which is designed to applied as a foliar spray) on my non-CPs for several years as an occasional boost and they all seem to love it. *Do you think this product would also work for Mexican Pinguicula if applied as a very dilute foliar spray?
Also, have any of you ever applied just straight trace elements, such as iron, magnesium, manganese, zinc, etc., or any combination thereof? *
Please share all of your experiences! *I am curious to know what you all think.