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Re: [APD] Seachem Products
The others are all redundant of Flourish. The purpose of them is if you need
to suppliment one or two particular nutrients more than what is provided by
Flourish. That way if you are ONLY low in iron, then you can just add a
little extra rather than overdose everything else. IMHO, if you are happy
with growth and aren't having algae problems, you don't need to worry about
testing your various nutrient levels.
Also, if you ever have specific questions regarding Seachem's products, send
an email to their tech support people. They respond very quickly and are
VERY helpful. I'm not trying to discourage you from asking questions here,
just letting you know how helpful they are. They often go far beyond
answering your question and give you information you didn't even know you
On 10/14/05, Robert Zink <basswright at cnyconnect_net> wrote:
> I've read good things in this space about the Seachem line for freshwater
> plants, and I've had good results myself using both Flourish and Excel.
> Lately I have been using Flourish Iron as well. I double dose the label
> I see they also make Flourish Trace, Flourish N, Flourish P, Flourish K.
> what else?
> Are any of these products redundant? Specifically, does the Flourish
> contain all the other things anyway?
> I am not currently testing for ferts, and I'm resisting starting to do so,
> since I'm pretty happy with my plants. I just don't want to waste time and
> money on redundant bottles if I can just increase the dosage on the
> I do a 50% water change weekly. ~3 WPG, no CO2.
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