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> We Canadians tend to get really touchy these days when the subject of water
> sales to the U.S. comes up. But I still think that if you would agree to
> give up Hawaii, we could be persuaded.
I think we would want New England and Alaska as well...
> From: "Dixon, Steven T. (BEn)" <stdixon at ben_bechtel.com>
> Subject: TMG and Potassium
> I'll let you all in on a little bit of heresy I've been experimenting with
> recently. Many of us strive to maintain phosphate-limited conditions in our
> planted aquaria. This is one of our basic algae control strategies. But
> what do we really mean by that phrase? Can there be such a thing as having
> too little phosphate?
I think so. I have added K2HPO4 or KH2PO4 to one of
my tanks. That is after quite a long period of adding K2SO4, MgSO4, KNO3
and trace elements.
Paul Sears Ottawa, Canada