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James it right. To what he says, I would add litemanu.com,
a good hydropinic site for dry chemicals.

--- James Purchase <jppurchase at sympatico_ca> wrote:

> Ryan Ingram is having trouble finding PMDD materials.
> Don't bother going to a Garden Center. Go to a
> Hydroponics Shop. I buy the 
> needed chemicals from Homegrown Hydroponics 
> http://www.hydroponics.com/info/aquatics/pmdd.htm
> There are others, you just have to look in the right
> places.
> You can't substitute premixed fertilizers and still claim
> to use PMDD. 
> Either track down the dry chemicals or use somthing like
> Seachem Flourish 
> (probably the easiest route anyway). PMDD is more a
> method to limit algae 
> growth as opposed to a fertilization system.
> And make sure to read
> http://www.thekrib.com/Plants/Fertilizer/pmdd-tim.html

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