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Re: Peat x Activated charchoal, thank you
thanks for your words. I have
attend killietalk since I subscribed JAKA, two or three years
ago, but this question was my debut. And I have to thanks all of you the
teachings you have provide me.
In fact, I was not sure if it would be a good
question. I was reading a Watley´s book about discus (maybe I will setup a tank
for them) and I was wondering if it would be possible to have a chemical
filtration without counteract the benefits from peat. But, summing up, it seems
nothing is as good as water changes to prevent ammonia, nitratates, etc. from
With best wishes,
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, October 14, 2000 7:58
Subject: Re: Peat x Activated charchoal,
Please don't apologize for not knowing the answer to
something like your question. Chances are there are others lurking on this
list who have wondered about that too. The string I encountered this afternoon
while catching up on what transpired this last week offers a lot of food for
If one wants to look for ignorance, real ignorance may
be attributed to those like me who wouldn't have even asked the question.
Because of you, even those of us who are really, really "chemistry challenged"
can grow. Thanks for the question and the insights. That's what make the
killie hobby all the more interesting.
They just don't have stuff like this in the history
All the best!
I´d like to apologize to all of you for my
ignorance, but I was not able to find out an answer to this question in my
books. If I setup a filtration system bringing together peat moss and
activated charcoal, will this last one cancel out the benefits of the first,
by counteracting the humic acids released by