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Re: [APD] Seachems Prime
It should be no prob for plants -- then can still use the
nitrogen. Won't help the algae but I don't know if it hurts
--- Billionzz at aol_com wrote:
> >From Seachems web page:
> >>>Primeâ?¢ is the complete and concentrated conditioner
> for both fresh and
> salt water. Primeâ?¢ removes chlorine, chloramine and
> ammonia. Primeâ?¢ converts
> ammonia into a safe, non-toxic form that is readily
> removed by the tankâ??s
> biofilter. Primeâ?¢ may be used during tank cycling to
> alleviate ammonia/nitrite
> toxicity. Primeâ?¢ detoxifies nitrite and nitrate,
> allowing the biofilter to more
> efficiently remove them. It will also detoxify any heavy
> metals found in the
> tap water at typical concentration levels. Primeâ?¢ also
> promotes the
> production and regeneration of the natural slime coat.
> Primeâ?¢ is non-acidic and will
> not impact pH. Primeâ?¢ will not overactivate skimmers.
> Use at start-up and
> whenever adding or replacing water.<<<
> Since this is changing the ammonia, nitrites and nitrates
> does it cause any
> problems with the plants being able to use them?
> Does it cause any problems with algae being able to use
> the ammonia?
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