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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-13-2018, 05:20 PM Thread Starter
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Thrive vs seachem

What's everyone's thoughts on each product? I'm currently dry starting my tank now with dwarf hairgrass. Just ordered some s repens and alternanthera reainecki mini to add in for a few more weeks before I flood. I will be injecting co2 and plan on adding more plants such as ludwigia( not sure what kind), pogostemon helferi, bucephelandras. I heard thrive was a good substitute from the reaches products and isn't as costly. Would it be a good idea to dose with thrive?
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Thrive is a true All-In-One, whereas you're going to have to buy several products from the SeaChem line to cover your bases. I'd take Thrive over SeaChem, but I'd take dry ferts over Thrive. You can look at both options at nilocg.com. EI packets are a good starting point, much cheaper in the long run as well.
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