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Where should I get my fertilizers?

Discussion in 'General Aquascaping and Planted Tank Discussions' started by kakkoii, May 10, 2008.

  1. kakkoii

    kakkoii New Member

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    Hi! I am having trouble finding the right fertilizers to use. I think I want seachem or should I use diy dry ferts? If so what ferts. should I get? I want the best fertilizer that will last me a while without spending too much money.:errr:


    -kakkoii Thanks!
     
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    kakkoii New Member

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    Is there A guide for how I should mix your ferts with water? can I put all the fertilizers in 1 bottle with water?
     
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    You can click the referance for dosing at the top of the fertilizer page, its good information:)
     
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    If you have a small tank then the Seachem line of ferts should last you a while. However if you have a large tank or multiply tanks then bulk ferts would be the better choice.

    You will want to mix the ferts in separate bottles. This way you can dose each fert (nitrates,phosphates,pottasium, micros) in the amounts needed. I use empty Seachem/Kent (250L) to mix my dry ferts with tap water in.
     

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