Ha! Are you kidding? I love your goldfish and slime stories! And I hope to see them both someday when I next visit my daughter at UDub. Do you have a restaurant in Seattle?
I love it, hay look the bio-slime is waving at you.
Where did the smillies go?
To add to the Seasol and Maxicrop list: check out Seaplex from Organicare, it's OMRI listed for organic production: http://www.organicareusa.com/products-lawn-supplements
Anyone have experience with this stuff?
no, I've not tried it. It doesn't list the NPK levels either so I don't know how heavy on the nitrogen it is. You want to be careful of anything with too much nitrogen or phosphorus in it as that can overload your filtration if you already have fish and adequate ammonia production. People have run into problems when adding kelp meal as that has quite a lot of nitrogen in it as compared to the seaweed extract which has only a small amount of nitrogen and is mostly used for the potassium and trace elements.