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Old 03-29-2013, 03:27 PM   #1
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Seachem Dosing in High Light Tank

I've recently learned that my algae problems are most likely related to an unbalanced level of ferts. While I am correcting this, I am interested in advice on using Seachems liquid ferts. I currently have bottles of their line of products and do not want to switch to dry ferts until I use all the liquid ferts, so as to not waste the monetary outlay I used for the Seachem products.

My question is this: in my hight light tank w/ pressurized CO2, is the Seachem dosing scheme ( ) acceptable for high light tanks or might I need to adjust dosage higher? My goal - realistic or not, I don't know - is to complete water changes every 2 weeks.
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