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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-06-2013, 01:12 AM Thread Starter
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Dears,
I decided to use the EI fert. And all I can find just one product, all in one NPK & TE mixed product please find the attached pictures.
I need help how and how much I should dose ?
My tanks 190 &160 L

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I would definitely not use that. That is designed for terrestrial plants and the compounds could adversely affect water quality. I can't remember which is the be one but one of those nitrogen components wasn't good to use in aquariums. It be a better idea to stick with the aquarium products, tropica I think as in your other thread, if that's all you had. The percentages of each might also be out a bit.
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Would not use in aquarium because it contain Urea as a source of nitrogen, which is not something you want in your tank. Ammonical nitrogen is fine because aquatic plants can use it, it's Urea that can damage your tank.

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I see, thank you guys.
I'm using tropica both green and orange but I'm looking for something low cost and good result so that why I want try EI.
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Read this thread. The most cost effective method long term is dosing dry ferts.
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