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Re: pmdd in the uk

Just thought that UK listers may like to know that 'World of Water' have
recently started stocking the full Seachem product line, Flourish, Onyx,
Flourite and all - well, the one near me in south Manchester has, anyway.
World of Water seem to be a division of Wyvale garden centres, so you may be
able to find one near you.

Chempak (www.chempak.co.uk) seem to be the default supplier in the UK of the
other chemicals required - give them a ring (01992 890770) and they will
send a catalogue free of charge; most of what is in it is directed at
commercial horitculturists, but they have relatively small quantities of
KNO3, K2SO4 etc.



> Date: wed, 27 Aug 2003 11:06:31 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Tony <conwayhughes at yahoo_co.uk>
> Subject: Re: pmdd in the uk
> I've been away for quite a while and when caching up
> with the mailing list noticed a few threads regarding
> finding micronutrients to pmdd in the uk. I thought I
> would throw in my solution incase anyone found it of
> use (especially as I had trouble finding a suitable
> product). 
> There is a company called solufeed limited that makes
> a product called solufeed TEMag which has the
> composition:
> Boron (B) 1% 
> Copper (Cu) EDTA 0.1% 
> Iron (Fe) EDTA 10% 
> Manganese (Mn) EDTA 1% 
> Magnesium (Mg) 1.02% 
> Molybdenum (Mo) 0.05% 
> Zinc (Zn) EDTA 0.5% 
> Their web site is www.solufeed.com and then click on
> the micro nutrients section. Unfortunately they only
> mass produce and won't sell in small portions. However
> they do sell to cellpharm who cater for aquariums.
> Their web site is www.cellpharm.co.uk. They don't
> offer TEMag on their website but I asked whether I
> could buy some TEMag and they sold me some with no
> problems. They also produce their own aquarium
> fertiliser but I have not tried this and do not know
> whether it is made up of TEMag. 
> Hope someone finds this of use 
> tony