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Re: [APD] Fleet enema???
Your wife was right. You want the one that contains as
active ingredients Monobasic Sodium Phosphate and Dibasic
Sodium Phosphate. Fleet Accuprep, which looks like this:
or the enema form, Fleet Ready-to-Use Enema, which looks
You might find it cheaper to get potassium phosphate from
www.litemanu.com. $5 per pound plus shipping, a pound will
last a very very very long time. You can also get there
potassium nitrate (for nitrate) and postassium sulfate
(just to add more potassium to your tank.
--- R S Ahl <rsahl at dimensional_com> wrote:
> I sent my wife to the store to get Fleet enema and she
> said which one,
> there are lots of choices. She said the only one that had
> enema in the name
> was mineral oil based and she didn't think that was it.
> So which one to
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Tired of filling that aquarium all the way to the top? Ready to try something a little different? Think less water, more options. Think paludarium.
Aquarium Design Group's Mike Senske raised paludariums to a whole other level. SEE Senske paludariums at
SEE the Senske submissons to the AGA Annual Aquascaping Contests at http://showcase.aquatic-gardeners.org/2004.cgi
HEAR and SEE Mike talk about paludarium design at The 5th AGA Annual Convention. Details/Registration at www.aquatic-gardeners.org & www.gwapa.org
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