So having done this, do you believe that high Fe or Cu or Mn causes problems other than the staining or the water brown?
It might make you feel better to know I set a timer incorrectly, I wanted it on for 6 minutes, I actually set it off for 6 minutes, sio the dosing pump added 4 liters of Flourish trace into a 350 gal tank full of shrimp and fish.
It did not hurt a thing after 6 days.
Just do a water change to re set any thing you louse up.
Water changes are a very simple tool.
While messding up is more common than we like to admit, we also learn how far you can push things.
I thought my K2SO4 was KNO3 ansd the KNO3 was K2SO4, I was adding 60ppm of NO3 for several weeks back over a decade ago.
So now I know that excess, serious excess of traces eg the Cu in them even at the rec levels I suggest are at least a magnitude higher than the a problem levels for algae, death of fish/shrimps etc.
Same with KNO3, perhaps less so, but still a pretty wide margin of error is built in to the assumptions with EI.
I honesty do not know upper ranges of many of these nutrients we dose before we see a problem with algae/plant growth, most of the limits are bounded by fish health or simply some very wasteful methods far beyond any need of a plant.
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