Phosphates in freeze dried frozen foods? - The Planted Tank Forum
 
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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-18-2004, 07:57 PM Thread Starter
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Is there a substantial amount of phosphate in fdff?? I have been feeding frozen brine shrimp for a few weeks and have not had to add any po4 since the addition of the brine shrimp to my fishes diet. I only feed the shrimp once a day (a minute portion by the way) and my po4 was at 1.5ppm today after a water change. I would imagine if the frozen foods were this phosphate rich (as they seem to be) it would be wise to avoid frozen foods use in a delicately balanced planted aquarium. Any thoughts??
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Short answer yes. Food can raise P quite abit, none the less your fish will too
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