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RE: Aquatic Plants Digest V5 #148
>Has anyone here had any experience with Seachem's product called Flourish
I use Excel in my low light, low tech 10 gallon tank and have been pleased
with the results. I have mostly slow growing plants in there- Anubias and
crypts, with a stand of R. inidica and some Java fern and moss. Growth is
good, everything looks healthy and there is little algae to see (just a bit
on the glass I have to scrape occasionally). As stated by others, it
probably is not cost effective for a large tank and/or high light tank, but
for small, low tech tanks, it works fine.
New Hampshire, USA
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