ferts in lowish light tank.
I am new to dry dosing and dosing in general. So I wanted to run some concerns by u guys.
- I read Tom Barr report on dry dosing on low tech tanks and he suggested this for a 20 gallon once a week;
o 1/4 teaspoon of SeaChem Equlibrium
o 1/8 teaspoon of KNO3
o 1/32 teaspoon of KH2PO4
- Since my tank is 60 gallons I will do;
o 3/4 teaspoon of SeaChem Equlibrium
o 3/8 teaspoon of KNO3
o 3/32 teaspoon of KH2PO4
What do u guys think of that? Do I need anything else?
My two other concerns are
- What’s the best way to get the dry fert in the tank? Do I water it down first? Would it be ok if I make enough for 4 weeks and put it in like a water bottle? Idk
- And last where is the best place to buy some ferts?
My tank is 60 gallons and the dimensions are 48w x 13d x 24h. Home Depot 2 bulb Diamond Plate Shop Light
MGOCPM and red clay capped with Eco Complete
The plants I have in it:
some kind of crypt.
Last edited by bigred87; 11-16-2014 at 11:05 PM.