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Re: KCO3 potassium carbonate?

Hi Diana,

You can get most of the fertilizers you might need at either
www.sciencealliance.com or www.yardgeek.com. If you browse the APD archives
at www.actwin.com/fish/aquatic-plants you can also get ideas for getting
some of the fertilizers from your local hardware store or drug store. I
just ordered some KHCO3 from Science Alliance and have also ordered
magnesium sulfate and potassium nitrate from Yardgeek...



>Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2001 12:46:20 -0800 (PST)
>From: peachdoo at excite_com
>Subject: KCO3 potassium carbonate?
>Hello Folks:
>     I would like to purchase some potassium carbonate.  I would rather use
>that, than sodium bicarbonate.  Can someone point me in a general direction
>or provide me with a source.  Also, I need some way of adding nitrates or
>better still, ammonia to my fishless planted aquaria.  Can the unscented
>ammonia sold in the grocery store be used or is that a detergent blend of
>some kind which I should avoid?
>Thanks, Diana

           Paul Mouritsen.....mourip @ erols.com