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Re: [APD] on that nitrate..

At 10 ppm, you won't see much impact at all. In an established aquarium, you can probably get around 3-5 ppm without adding CO2 at all. While going up to 10 ppm might be a 100% or more increase, that's on a very small base. You might try runing two yeast fermentation bottles with one starting halfway through the other's cycle -- that could give you a more even output.
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----- Original Message ----
From: Eli Moss <mossy173 at gmail_com>
To: aquatic plants digest <aquatic-plants at actwin_com>
Sent: Thursday, March 9, 2006 10:51:08 PM
Subject: Re: [APD] on that nitrate..

oh, between 10 and 25 ppm usually

On 3/9/06, Jerry Baker <jerry at bakerweb_biz> wrote:
> You didn't say what level of CO2 you have in the tank.
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