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Magnesium in a non CO2 tank

Discussion in 'Estimative Index' started by Stickleback, Aug 20, 2010.

  1. Stickleback

    Stickleback Junior Poster

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    I am running a low tech, natural light only tank.

    I am using the dosing regime found in the "Non CO2" thread:

    http://www.barrreport.com/showthread.php/2817-Non-CO2-methods

    This method seems to supply very little magnesium if you are not performing water changes.

    I just really wanted to confirm that that the seachem equilibrium that is added does supply enough magnesium.

    Thanks

    R
     
  2. Biollante

    Biollante Lifetime Charter Member
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    Uh-Oh

    Hi,

    Seachem Equilibrium probably will supply enough magnesium on its own. :)

    {Nutrient Type Alert}

    As a nutrient type, I would add at least 1⁄16-teaspoon (~2⁄3-gram) Epsom salt for every 10-gallon (~38 liters) once a month. :gw

    {Nutrient Type Alert is over}

    Biollante
     
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