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> Also, IMHO I would prefer to see mg/l values used generally as opposed
>to ppm in most discussions of water parameters although I realize this
>is not possible with many test kits.
For all practical purposes, mg/l = ppm.
>Date: Wed, 17 Jun 1998 03:26:21 EDT
>From: DENYSTA2 at aol_com
>Subject: plant trimings outside
> I was think of putting my plant trimmings out side in a contianer and adding
>DIY CO2 and see if the trimings well take root and grow fair rapidly with all
>the new california sun. Any suggestion or help would be greatly revieced ass
>this is for a community colleges aquarium.
I was thinking of doing this to and then I thought, what if a bird picks up
a cutting and drops it in a nearby lake? Probably not very likely, but I'd
hate to be the one responsible for the Ludwigia outbreak in Lake Dixon.
California State University, San Marcos
San Marcos, CA