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The reason you don't find much on the net regarding those two products is they are very, very new. Seachem introduced them as part of their 'high end' planted aquarium products line last spring so there is not much experience with them.
If your water in Vancouver is similar to ours here in Seattle then it is very soft. Here in Seattle my water is <1.0 dKH and about 3.0 dGH. It is great water for breeding soft water fish but in my planted tanks I would have issues with calcium and/or magnesium deficiencies.
To resolve the issues I use a similar Seachem product, Equilibrium, and adjust my dGH to 5.0. I also try to keep my dKH above 2.0.
Hope this helps!
75 Gallon, 2X55W AH Supply CF 8800K, 1XFluval F&P 2.0 48"/59W, 2X Marineland 350 Magnum filters; 45 Gallon Tall, 96Watt AH Supply CF 6700K, 1X Marineland 350 Magnum filter; 30 Gallon Long; Fluval F&P 2.0 36"/46W, Marineland C-220 filter; 20 Gallon, 1X26W AH Supply LED kit, Marineland C-160 filter; all with Press. CO2 and (Calcined) Montmorillonite Clay
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