Liquidirt is a popular gardening product used primarily by consumers.
Let’s start with some basic information on Liquidirt so you can make an informed decision whether or not to use it on your houseplants.
What Is Liquidirt?
The biggest difference between whey protein and pea protein comes down to the source itself. Whey protein, which is often sold in powder form and includes whey protein concentrate and whey protein isolate), is a protein made from cow’s milk (casein is also derived from cow’s milk)—and many whey protein powders contain dairy or lactose, making them unsuitable for those who identify as vegan or lactose intolerant (or simply want to avoid animal products and animal byproducts). Pea protein, on the other hand, is a plant protein made from legumes—often split peas—so it’s a great choice for vegan eaters and people who prefer a more plant-based diet. (Bonus: Our Essential Protein is made from regeneratively-farmed, U.S.-grown peas—learn more about our supplier here.) (9)
Is Liquidirt A Fertilizer?
Liquidirt claims to be a fertilizer, plant food, and soil amendment. Traditionally, fertilizers contain NPK, and micro-nutrients like Calcium, etc.
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The bottom line?
Both whey protein and pea protein are fantastic, mild-tasting sources of protein to help build muscle, so choosing the best one really comes down to individual preferences. If you’re looking for a protein source that’s vegan and/or kinder to the planet, pea protein may come out on top.