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Re: seachem's equilibrium

> Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 09:42:29 -0500
> From: Greg Morin
> >Equilibrium wasn't designed _strictly_ for planted tanks, Jeff - they
have a
> >whole range of supplements for that. Don't mix apples and oranges.
> Actually, it was :-) Equilibrium was formulated with planted aquaria
> specifically in mind...

My apologies for the incorrect information here. Until the formula was
changed, I truly believed it to be a better product than the competing recon
agents, and was a _general_ supplement.

Also, I notice your sig line changed this time. Congratulations are in order
here, I believe. :-))

> Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 07:30:11 -0800
> From: "Rachel Sandage

> I thought this was odd, so I went and looked at my Flourish
> bottles and the Seachem website.  Flourish

mentions using "1-2 ml (dispenser enclosed) for each 200 liters"

> Flourish Excel

mentions that, after the initial dose, using it "daily or every other day"

> and Flourish Trace

which I _haven't_ tried yet, so I don't have a bottle, but the end result is
a confirmation of Rachel's

> recommended dosage without any info on the end result

Unfortunately (for my stand), when I responded oh so early in the morning I
was reading from my bottles of Potassium (whose dosage only raises the level
by 1 ppm) and Iron (which tells you that the dosage results in around 0.10
ppm, which we don't shoot for anymore if we listen to Tom and Claus) and
just sleepily extended it to the whole line. I probably should have stayed
in bed that day.

And while I'm preparing this Crow Pie to eat, let me say that the quote from
Frasier in my original reply to Jeff was a little over the line and
should've been omitted...