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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-15-2014, 04:42 AM Thread Starter
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Just wondering if anyone has had a chance to use api product co2 booster . that has shrimp in aquarium. and what results did you have . are the shrimp ok ?
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API CO2 Booster is a product that is similar to Seachem Excel; both contain glutaraldehyde.

I have used both Excel and diluted glutaraldehyde in my aquarium with RCS, and they have been fine.

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API CO2 Booster is a product that is similar to Seachem Excel; both contain glutaraldehyde.

I have used both Excel and diluted glutaraldehyde in my aquarium with RCS, and they have been fine.
+1 I even dose more than the recommended with Fire Reds in my tank.
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oh wow ty guys i guess its pretty safe.thing is how good is it exactly with the plants
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Great for most plants, some melt from it if you use to much
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