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Question Micro fertilizer 0.1% copper and snails/shrimps?

Hi,

theplantguy's Micro fertilizer has 0.1% of Copper - chelated.

Is it dangerous for snails and shrimps?

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Here's a thread on ferts and shrimp.

https://www.plantedtank.net/forums/88...521-ferts.html

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all micro ferts have copper in them. typical values are no threat to shrimps and snails
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