The short answer to this question is “No.” All plant life on earth relies on the same general set of nutrients as composed from basic mineral elements found on this planet.
From the huge spectrum of elements in the Periodic Table, plant foods have 3 main ingredients that will be the mainstay of the garden, nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K). These 3 ingredients are usually listed on the front label of the plant food in the order of N-P-K. A 20-20-20 plant food has a nitrogen level of 20%.
Secondary mineral nutrients are calcium, magnesium and sulphur. In trace quantities, you’ll find copper, boron, molybdenum, zinc, iron and manganese. These are typically found in much smaller (trace) quantities in a fertilizer or nutrient powder or solution.
The real essence of this question above can be better understood by knowing that while marijuana draws upon the same basic set of elemental mineral nutrients just like other plants on earth, its nutrient usage is unique in how and when it needs certain nutrients. This is where the nutrient management skills of the grower come into crucial play. Depending on the stage of growth, different nutrients are needed at different times. For rooting and germination, levels of high P nutrients with less N/K are needed. During vegetative growth your plants need a lot of N.