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dosing blues

Discussion in 'Advanced Strategies and Fertilization' started by Cornhusker, Jan 23, 2005.

  1. Cornhusker

    Cornhusker Guru Class Expert

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    tom,

    this is a good thing your doing,helping planted tank hobbyists with the dosing blues. for three years i've been afraid to dose my tanks,esp. phosphate. i know there are a lot of us out there facing the same problem.since i've been following your reports, my tanks have really done the turn around. thank you for your unselfish expert advice. this hobby can be alot of fun!

    thanks again,cornhusker
     
  2. Tom Barr

    Tom Barr Founder
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    Re: dosing blues

    well, keep doing it and tell others and help other folks. After reading everything here after a year, most of you will be well versed and able to field most any plant related question or fall back on the notes and articles.

    You can try changing things a little here and there to see what might happen, always watch the plant's responses, they are are subtle in some, dramatic in others.

    If you mess it up, do a water change, re set the tank and start over.

    Regards,

    Tom Barr
     
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