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I agree -- its a pain in the butt. I use Flourish, Flourish Iron,
Pottassium, Excel, and Trace (Interestly, I recently figured out just how
much of Trace is not water... Its something like .003%, if I recall
correctly. Therefore, my tap water is more not water than trace! You'd
think it would be in a higher concentration. :)
You can indeed mix a couple of these together without problems. When my
last bottle of Pottassium got low (and after putting the stupid $()#@##@$#!$
dropper in upside down), I dumped it into the Iron bottle. Didn't seem to
have any negative effect. I'm not sure if mixing all of them is a good
idea, but at least the Fe, K, and Trace shouldn't interreact and cause any
Now.. what do you do when you stupidly put the little dropper in upside
----- Original Message ----- >
> Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2002 13:36:09 -0600
> From: "Matt Wassenhove" <Wass29 at qconline_com>
> Subject: Flourish ??????
> If you read anything on the Seachem website it says "recommended for use
> with the entire FlourishT line " well if you are using more then one
> of chemical that can become a pain the butt. I am tired of opening 3
> of chemical for the plants I want to know if it would be possible to mix
> of the flourish products that you want(in the right dosage for your tank)
> into like a big milk jug and then add whatever amount is needed to achieve
> nirvana in the tank between plants, fish, and the water.
> So my question rambling aside---Can you mix all of the chemicals in the
> right quanity so you only have to add one thing instead of three or more?
> Matt W.
> Ever think about how happy the plants make you when they grow.