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Dry substitute to Seachem Flourish?

Discussion in 'Advanced Strategies and Fertilization' started by Jersey Scape, Jan 19, 2006.

  1. Jersey Scape

    Jersey Scape Junior Poster

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    Hi,

    I am dosing Seachem Flourish as my micros but the plants do not turn that bright red color like I see in the pictures. I have very high Co2, 3.2 wpg and I use the EI method of fertilization using Spar's Calculator. The micros get dosed three times a week at a rate of 7.5 mls at each dosing. The tank size by the way, is 30 gallon.

    I was thinking of buying Seachem Iron but then it will start to get a bit expensive so I am looking to see if there is a dry alternative.

    Any suggestions or comments are greatly appreciated.

    Thank You
     
  2. jonathan11

    jonathan11 Lifetime Charter Member
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    Re: Dry substitute to Seachem Flourish?

    Try Greg Watson, one of our Fearless Leaders, for his chelated iron product. :gw :D :D
     
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