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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-30-2002, 09:16 PM Thread Starter
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I've seen reference to "Yamoto Green" in several postings but I can't locate any here in Rockford. None of the local LFS handle it or have even heard of it. Is there a place online where I can read up on this? Where do you guys find it?
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-30-2002, 09:19 PM
 
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You can order Yamato Green at:

http://hometown.aol.com/yamatoaquari...matoGreen.html

(I RTFM'ed and fixed it.)
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That URL doesn't work for me. :hehe:

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I don't know how to drive the html formatting on this board. There is an extra > or something in there at the end.

Highlight the url with your mouse and hit Ctrl-C (for copy). Then click up in the address area of your browser and then hit Ctrl-V (for paste). Then clean out any extra stuff at the end of the URL and hit enter.

Sorry... maybe someone can tell me how to properly insert hyperlinks on the board.

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Like Tim said "I don't have the slightest idea what I'm doing. But I love it." :hehe:
seemed like it hooked up with your "signature" thingy?!?!?
for me, i have to have it the last thing i say (type)??
I'd think you could just backspace the extra >/ out of it.... BUT... I don't have the slightest idea what I'm doing. But I love it. :hehe::P
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I got there now! This stuff sounds good.Thanks for the fast responses guys.
No wonder I like this board so much!
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Okay, I found the "FAQ" button and clicked on it. To put a url in you put (url) in the front and (/url) at the end. EXCEPT, you replace the ( and ) with square open and close brackets: These - [] I couldn't put them in the explanation above or the board would think I was trying to make a url out of the words "in the front and".
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uhhhhh k?
I just:
go to the page, highlite the addy in the tool bar, copy, come back here, and paste.
and sometimes it works!
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P.S. what were we talking about here, anyway? lol

ohhh yea, the green stuff

have any of ya used it?

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when you post a reply first you must hit the "post reply" the quick reply doesnt have the button.....now when you are in the reply page look where it says formatting mode...to the right of that there are 10small buttons the 5th one over is the insert hyperlink button...click it and follow directions =)

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I'm using Yamato Green. Good stuff, but no better than Seachem's Flourish stuff, and that's more readily available. It combines Flourish Iron and Potassium with the micronutrients, though, so it takes care of everything in one dose.

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Love it. Green-N is great you can use the reccommended dosage to set nitrate at 5-10ppm and still get all the other Nutrients nailed down.

I don't know however if it has enough K if someone could verify that would be great.

I use Equallibrum and it has plenty of K

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