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    you would probably see a great improvement in algae growth, you'd have it everywhere. LOL

    The entire line of Seachem Flourish products (minus Excell) is simply the watered down versions of dry ferts with the price jacked through the roof. The cost of dosing your tank for 1 week with the Flourish line is more than the cost of dosing your tank for 6 months to a year with the dry ferts. In order to get the proper amounts of nutrients from the Flourish line you would have to does 3-4 times what they recommend.
    Considering a Marine Aquarium? A Breakdown of the Components, Live Rock, Cycling a Marine Tank

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    Okay so i just used my new test kit for Phosphate and Iron... The results are in mg/L but i need ppm. anyone know if this is the same thing or should i return the kit and find something that measures in ppm?

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    never mind. i just googled it and it looks like their are the same

    mg/L = ppm

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    Quote Originally Posted by ILuvMyGoldBarb
    The only reason I wouldn't suspect the Potassium is because there is no mention of "burn" marks around the holes. That is the big difference I've seen between potassium deficiency and iron deficiency, and I've had both.
    by burn marks around the pinholes, do you mean yellowing? Its very tough to tell without a high quality pic because the two deficiencies look a lot alike. I'm only asking because I've never had an iron deficiency with the flourite and the root tabs.
    Last edited by xoolooxunny; 04-23-2008 at 03:56 AM.
    -75g FW community, planted
    -10g FW guppies, planted
    -44g Terrarium, tree frog, various plants.

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    Yeah i do have 100% fluorite thats 4" think thats no more then 2 months old...

    I'm no expert but i just can't imagine it's iron deficiency...but then i've never had it before so something must be up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PUNISHER VETTE
    Yeah i do have 100% fluorite thats 4" think thats no more then 2 months old...

    I'm no expert but i just can't imagine it's iron deficiency...but then i've never had it before so something must be up.
    sorry if these questions have been answered before, but whats your lighting (hours/wpg), nitrates again? i dont think its physically possible for a plant to have an iron deficiency in flourite.
    -75g FW community, planted
    -10g FW guppies, planted
    -44g Terrarium, tree frog, various plants.

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