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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 09-05-2015, 10:11 PM Thread Starter
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Grant's Stump Remover

I add Grant's Stump Remover to add nitrates to my aquarium. I went to Home Depot today and they don't sell it anymore. I googled it, and it did not come up either. Looks like Spectracide® Stump Remover is 100% Potassium Nitrate. Anybody else use this stuff?
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Usually most on here use ferts made for aquariums or at least sold as that.
That is one of the people whom I buy from. There are others on here.
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Yes, I have been using Spectracide® Stump Remover for over a year now. It is ~100% KNO3. However, I found a few particles mixed in, so I prepared stock solutions that I filtered. I am using now this stock solution for dosing.

Have never had a problem with this!
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