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

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Thanks

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):

http://www.maganmak.com.mk/index.php...=45&Itemid=163
Sorry, I read a couple different languages but not that one.

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I'll try to get a Seachem Equilibrium from USA too, once again will adding only KNO3 and KH2PO4 + http://www.pfertz.com/rootferts.html 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.

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The website appears to be 'down' at the moment, I will try to read this thread later.

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