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Re: Relationship between BGA and bulbs?
At 15.48 04/08/2001 -0400, you wrote:
>Now my conclusions: Did my tritons need changing? I never had BGA for
>the first year of the bulbs' life. Do tritons contribute to BGA? Is
>BGA a sign to change your bulbs?
I don't know about the Triton, surely a lamp bulb at the end of its life
period changes in its spectrum emissions, but I cannot know if it
correlated with BGA.
IMHO all the times I had BGA in the tank was due to the fact NO3 was (PRIOR
that BGA appears) too low as N source to keep plant's growth as the same
speed as before. Adding NO3 has always been the right solution.. and in a
few days BGA disappeared.
I hope this can help.