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I have one of those N03 deficient aquariums and I'm a bit puzzled
about what I should do about it. I haven't looked for any whatever,
whatever stump remover, but I did find a product at WalMart that has
potential. Unfortunately I am unsure whether or not to put this stuff
in the aquarium.
The product is called "Iron Green" from Shultz and this is the make-up:
Total Nitrogen: 8% (Urea Nitrogen)
Magnesium: 1% (Water Soluble)
Sulfur: 5% (Water Soluble)
Iron: 6% (Water Soluble)
Product label also mentions that there are no dyes or other additives.
Questions are as follows:
Any idea about the safety of this products use in the aquarium?
Would this make a good base for PMDD?
Will this stuff supply the N03 that I need?
I have about 38g of water, any idea what dosage level would be good?
All of my plants look healthy and seem to be growing rather nicely, but
I want to keep ahead of the N03 deficiency before it really does become