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MGOC dirt soaked for 2 months, is ok to use?

Discussion in 'Substrate' started by freshtanks15, Oct 23, 2015.

  1. freshtanks15

    freshtanks15 New Member

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    I have some mgoc dirt that has been soaking in a large tub with plants for 2 months with no filter and some natural daylight, mostly indirect and some direct sun due to location of tub. I wasn't able to set tank up so that's why I put the dirt and plants in the tub. Plants are growing but wanted to know since I've done very little other than frequently poke the dirt to release bubbles, does this mean my dirt is mineralized? I want to transplant the dirt in a new tank with fish and don't know if the soaking for 2 months is good or bad since the only thing I've done is releasing bubbles...Haven't even changed water and crypts and swords growing.
     
  2. keithgh

    keithgh Moderator Staff Member

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    Freshtanks.

    Welcome to ASW.

    Some members have use similar products results ???

    I would contact the manufacturer and ask them is it safe to use in a planted Aquarium with fish

    • Where to Use
      Best for growing potted or container plants and vegetables. Miracle-Gro Organic Choice Potting Mix contains a special blend of natural and organic ingredients designed to help container plants and vegetables thrive.

    • Where Not to Use
      In-ground plants, vegetables and flowers.
    Keith:):)
     

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