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re: PMDD in the UK
- To: "Aquatic Plants Digest" <Aquatic-Plants at actwin_com>
- Subject: re: PMDD in the UK
- From: "Phil Barber" <phil at barber60_freeserve.co.uk>
- Date: Tue, 29 Jul 2003 23:55:46 +0100
Hi Ian and every one else!
I've used "Bio MultiTonic" in the past which contains the following (%)...
It didn't seem to do any harm but I can't get any more. I now use "Murphy
Sequestrene Plant Tonic" which has Fe 3.2% Mg 6% & Mn 3.2% only but seems to
do the trick.
The Sulphate of Potash sounds fine and is probably similar to what I use.
The problem I have with it is getting it to dissolve so I mix in an equal
measure of KCl.
What are CTE05, TEM50 & SEQ05 and where do you get them?
In fact does anybody have a UK source for traces?
Phil (in the UK)
Ian wrote: -Hi folks,
I?m trying to put together a batch of pmdd in the UK.
I?ve found a few trace mixes, but would like some advice on the best one.
CTE05 TEM50 SEQ05
Fe 3.3 % 3.3% 8.3%
Cu 1.7% 0.25%* -
Mn 1.7% 3.0%* 10.3%*
B 0.88%* - -
Zn 0.88% 1.0%* -
Mo 0.023%* 0.005%* -
Mg - 4.2%* 6.6%*
* = not chelated
How do these three look, and will I need to beef them up with anything else?
Also, I?ve been advised that Sulphate of potash is potassium sulphate, and
it is listed as 50% K2O. Will this be suitable?