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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.
>Doug DeSimone

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
> hello,
>  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.

Michael Schmidt
California State University, San Marcos
San Marcos, CA