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Re: [APD] Seachem Flourish 7 mr.barr
The chlorine might be nothing more than what comes from
some of the compounds that make up Flourish.
I don't think it's the compound that around the household
is called "chlorine" (sodium hypochlorite) is in Flourish.
But even it was, I suspect that the small amount would
function to prevent bacterial or fungus growth in the
Flourish in the bottle. A small amount of "preservative is
also in Flourish Nitrogen, iirc.
--- ian flores <URVILLE at peoplepc_com> wrote:
> Mr. barr: When your book comes out let me know, i'd like
> to buy a copy. oh and i knew you werent mad at me, by
> that point i was as mad at nutrafin as you were. It's
> on Flourish.... can anyone explain to me why it contains
> Chlorine? is that a trace? it's the first i've heard of
> it. Just wondering.
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