Planted Tank Enthusiast
Join Date: Nov 2003
Location: Vancouver, B.C.
I have been using the Hagen test kits, but want to take it up a notch in accuracy as I prepare to start my tanks on pressurised CO2 and fertilization (via Greg Watson).
I am planning to go with NO3, PO4, pH, KH, and Iron. I also noticed that Seachem has a CO2 kit, so that could be an alternative to the pH, KH route for CO2 concs.
Who prefers what as far as brand, and why? I know a lot of people like the Redsea, but I have been impressed with Seachem Flourish line. Does the CO2 kit work as reliably as the pH, KH method of testing?