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[APD] Re: Barr method and Iron
Thanks for all of the help with this question, but what I was trying to find
out is if I can get by without having to measure the Fe level. I have a test
kit but I would prefer not to measure it and run it the Barr way :)
>From what I have read so far I am assuming just to add the Flourish and
don't worry about the Fe since it has .32% in it.
Any other comments or suggestions would be appreciated.
Below is the description of Flourish from the Seachem web site.
>>>>>>Flourishâ is a comprehensive plant supplement for the natural
freshwater aquarium. It contains a rich assortment of important micro elements, trace
elements and other nutrients. These include calcium, magnesium, iron and
other important elements that have been shown to be beneficial to aquatic
plants. For macro element (NPK) fertilization, use Flourish Nitrogenâ, Flourish
Phosphorusâ or Flourish Potassiumâ as needed
Guaranteed Analysis Total Nitrogen
Available Phosphate ( P2O5)
Derived from: Potassium Chloride, Calcium Chloride, Copper Sulfate,
Magnesium Chloride, Ferrous Gluconate, Cobalt Sulfate, Magnesium Sulfate, Manganese
Sulfate, Boric Acid, Sodium Molybdate, Zinc Sulfate, Protein Hydrolysates.
Some components are no longer listed in the Guaranteed Analysis due to state
regulations. The formulation of this product has not be altered.<<<<<<
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