I'm not up to doing math atm =P, but. You can use Epsom salt (potassium sulphate) and plaster of Paris (calcium sulphate) to fill the =librium's place and they are super cheap.
It has Nitrogen (derived from KNO3 and urea) and potassium. If calculating for Nitrate (NO3) using the Seachem calculator make sure you divide the result by 4.4. It reports total nitrogen not NO3. I realize the calculator says divide by 5 but 4.4 is more accurate.Okay great!... but of course I punch in the seachem nitrogen into the calculator and apparently it has other macros in it as well like potassium... so if I just start with nitrogen fert at the recommended dose and make sure i adjust the levels of P and K, everything should work out to right dosing...
Flourish comprehensive provides small amounts of macro and secondary nutrients including iron. Flourish trace does not. However, Flourish trace has Rubidium (Rh), Nickel (Ni), Vanadium (V) which comprehensive does not have. I doubt they make much of a difference but that's a guess.Anyone know if there's any reason to use flourish trace over comprehensive? I won't be using equilibrium as my water is liquid rock at gH of 24+ and kH of 16+
Thanks Ray ,Can't help on the Easy Life thing but see if this calculator works for you.
Ordinarily I'd say fish can't live in your liquid rock.But unless you live more than say 50 miles from where you got them, the store where you got them likely has them in the same water.
But for SWTF: It may help you to know that most of the nutrients are not bad if only slightly overdone. The Trace eliments can
be and the Phosphate can be however but still needs to be over what you would call "slightly".