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Lithaqua...calcified seaweed

Discussion in 'Non-CO2 Methods' started by Spellack, Apr 13, 2016.

  1. Spellack

    Spellack Junior Poster

    Apr 12, 2016
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    Just setting up first natural tank and been reading the sticky. Will now go ahead and add some nutrients as described. My question is this. As I will be using lithaqua in the tank (very low hardness and TDS) would I need to bother with the small amount of seachem equilibrium? I am thinking the lithaqua,although used primarily as a buffer to raise carbonate hardness, would 'supply' the nutrients and so I would not need it. Tap water is base at 7.5

    In my community tank I used bicarbonate of soda / Epsom salt to help raise hardness and pH is 7.8

    Just hoping to forego buying yet another product!


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