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post #8 of (permalink) Old 01-13-2013, 01:39 PM
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Hi fis,

Originally Posted by fis View Post

I can get most of the elements from a company that sells water fertilizers (please check the link and tell me if that is what I need):
Sorry, I read a couple different languages but not that one.

I'll try to get a Seachem Equilibrium from USA too, once again will adding only KNO3 and KH2PO4 + have positive impact on the plants or that will mean a problem (algae)?
I find algae growth is dependent on many conditions: light, nutrient levels, circulation, overall cleanliness and maintenance. I think the answer to your question is it depends upon how much of those fertilizers that you add.

Originally Posted by fis View Post
The website appears to be 'down' at the moment, I will try to read this thread later.

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