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Re: [APD] Recipe for fertilizer -- or - Stamp out spoons now
Those little spoons (dash, pinch, smidgeon) are handy for
small doses. They are odd ducks -- they will show up at
dozens of places ranging in price from about $3 to $6 and
then suddenly disappear and be virtually unobtainable.
I think someone stamps them out in their basement when
they're in the mood, which isn't quite as often as the
They're also handy for dosing fish food. Why some folks
break a sweat over dosing ferts and then just dump fishfood
into an an aquarium is beyond me. Fish food is fertlizer
--- william ruyle <inquartata at comcast_net> wrote:
> Hi Scott, I would like to also recommend
> for dry ferts and he also sells for $4.39 a set of spoons
> dry-ferting the tank. Fast, courteous service, and I've
> quite pleased with his products.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "S. Hieber" <shieber at yahoo_com>
> To: "aquatic plants digest" <aquatic-plants at actwin_com>
> Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2004 4:55 AM
> Subject: Re: [APD] Recipe for fertilizer
> > Excellent source of traces is either Flourish or
> > Master Grow. You can get them at a good price from
> > Bigalsonline.com.
> > For Potasium (Potassium Sulfate) and Nitrate (potassium
> > nitrate) try www.litemanu.com. Cheap by the pound and
> > last for ages. If you need phosphate, they have that
> > Dry form is very easy to measure. that should have you
> > covered.
> > Scott H.
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