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Micronutrient question

Discussion in 'CO2 Enrichment' started by danbryans, Oct 20, 2008.

  1. danbryans

    danbryans Junior Poster

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    Hey guys.. I was able to get a hold of below micronutrient mix. I am accustomed to using CSM+B and comparing notes it seems that the concentration of some of the nutrient's is a little high I think particularly for the metals. Should I be concerned about using this as my micronutrient source?

    Product Analysis
    Nutrient Chelating Agent
    Boron Inorganic 1.5 %
    Copper (Cu) EDTA 0.5 %
    Iron (Fe) EDTA 3.4 %
    Magnesium (Mg) 1.2 %
    Maganese (Mn) EDTA 3.2 %
    Molybdenu (Mo) EDTA 0.05 %
    Zinc (Zn) EDTA 4.2 %

    Rexoline CXK
     
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    danbryans Junior Poster

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    I don't quite understand the issue - if it's more concentrated, just use less? Or is there some other issue? I'm not sure what CSM +B provides as far as percentage ratios of one thing to another so it's hard for me to do a comparison between the two.
     
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