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Question Normal fertilizer tabs for planted aquarium?

I have some fertilizer tabs for normal garden plants and I was wondering if I could use it for my planted aquarium, the NPK ratio is 8-10-13 + 3 with Crotonylidene-diurea and magnesium. The total composition of the fertilizer is 8% nitrogen in which 2% is Ammoniacal nitrogen and 6% is nitrogen of the organic synthesis of crotonylidene-diurea, in which 0.4% is soluble at 20C, 5.5% is insoluble at 20C but soluble at 100 C and 0.1% is insoluble at 100C.
It also consists of:
10% phosphorus pentoxide soluble in neutral ammonium citrate and water,
13% potassium oxide which is water-soluble and
3% magnesium oxide of which 2.5% is water-soluble.
Does anyone know if this fertilizer is safe for my aquatic plants and fish?
Thanks.
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