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mwarsell 07-16-2013 08:02 AM

Indian Almond extract: overdose possible?
 
Don't have any fish yet, I'm preparing my tank for some apistos. Today got this indian almond (Catappa) extract (Easy Life Catappa-X). I accidentally put in a triple amount of the recommended dosage.

Does this matter? To the future fish? Also, it's a planted tank and I use liquid carbon - will this form of carbon negate the effects of the catappa?

Boredomb 07-17-2013 01:12 AM

I don't know if it will matter or not on to much bit if you are worried about it you can do a water change and get it out. Through you carbon filter will probably do that as well. Carbon will absorb any color in the water, fine particulars, and nutrients for the plants. Basically lots of things.

mwarsell 07-17-2013 09:10 PM

Thanks, i don't have a carbon filter, i meant that will the use of Seachem Excel or other liquid carbon remove the effects of this liquid catappa?
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