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Two Tanks - Two fert regimes

Discussion in 'Advanced Strategies and Fertilization' started by Kevmo, Mar 17, 2005.

  1. Kevmo

    Kevmo Junior Poster

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    Hey Tom!

    Could you double-check my dosing regimen here? Thanks!

    75g – Lots of spot algae on anubias and brown crypts
    204 watts Standard Fluorescent
    Mostly crypts, 2 apons, dwarf sag, anubias
    Heavily planted
    PH: 6.8
    KH: 4-5 degrees
    (fish seem to gasp for air if I do any more CO2 than this)
    KNO3 – .5t 3x week
    KH2PO4 - .2t 3x week
    TMG – 20mL 3x week
    K2SO4 - .5t 1x week
    50% Water changes every 7 days

    25g – Endless hair algae
    55 watts Power Compact
    crypts, echinodorus tenellus, anubias, bacopa, java moss
    Less heavily planted
    PH: 6.8
    KH: 4-5 degrees
    KNO3 -- .2t 3x week
    KH2PO4 – pinch 3x week
    TMG – 5mL 3x week
    K2SO4 - .2t 1x week
    50% water changes every 7 days
     
  2. Kevmo

    Kevmo Junior Poster

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    Re: Two Tanks - Two fert regimes

    Hi Tom, perhaps you missed this email. Popping it up to the top again for you (and for me. :)

    Kevmo
     
  3. Tom Barr

    Tom Barr Founder
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    Re: Two Tanks - Two fert regimes

    55, not enough CO2.
    Similar issue for the 25.

    Try a little surface movement and turn the CO2 off at night.

    Regards,
    Tom Barr
     
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