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How do you dose Nitrates to a Tank?

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How do you dose Nitrates to a Tank?
Old 04-12-2010, 11:09 AM   #11
 
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They have awesome plants too... for $12 you get 4 tropica pots worth of tissue cultured plants! I got some crypt parva from them and it never even melted when I planted it in my tank!
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Old 04-12-2010, 04:34 PM   #12
 
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I dose with EasyLife Nitro and EasyLife Fosfo, 20ppm NO3 and 1.25 PO4.
Keeping a 16:1 ratio NO3-PO4 keps algae away BUT some may still survive... Still that ratio will help a lot.
http://www.easylife.nl/usa/index.html#nogo
P.S from my xp with easylife products i can really state that they have proffesional products not the usual garbage.
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