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Kent Marine Liquid Calcium dosing.

Discussion in 'Advanced Strategies and Fertilization' started by Urkevitz, Apr 7, 2005.

  1. Urkevitz

    Urkevitz Junior Poster

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    My Hygro is showing signs of calcium deficiency. For now I bought a bottle of Kent Liquid Calcium (Calcium Chloride). What is a good amount to dose in a 75 gallon heavily planted tank? And could it be used weekly after water changes? The bottle doesn't show the concentration.
     
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    Re: Kent Marine Liquid Calcium dosing.

    I'd add about 2 teaspoons after the weekly water change.
    CaCl2 is much ceaper.

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    Tom Barr
     
  3. Urkevitz

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    Re: Kent Marine Liquid Calcium dosing.

    Thanks for the advice, I will be buying some CaCL2 from GW when I run out.
     
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    Re: Kent Marine Liquid Calcium dosing.

    I received some CaCl2 from Greg Watson. How much dry CaCl2 should I dose after water changes?
     
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