06-29-2012, 01:58 PM
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Oh! I also wanted to add (and maybe Byron could clarify this for both of us) that I've had to dose my tank with aquarium salt before, and looked into it. The dose that is recommended on the carton isn't a high enough salinity to disturb *most* aquarium plants. . . we have some of the same plants in our tanks, and some of THOSE can even survive in brackish conditions. Either way, my plants all came through just fine at the recommended dosage, and the dosage on the package IS a lowish dose compared to many recommendations I've seen. I don't know how much good cutting it in half would do for your tank. . . curious, though!
You know I'm new at this, and OBVIOUSLY not the most trustworthy of sources, so do your own research, lol! hopefully you won't ever have to use it again, but if you ever should - I just wanted to let you know that I had no problems!
And. . . I KNOW you love your plants. I understand. . . but you HAVE to put the fishies first. *nods* Would you rather have healthy fish with no plants, or beautiful plants with dead fish? Both, when possible, of course, but if you HAD to choose? Just sayin'
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