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Am curious to know what ferts people here are using, are you using estimated index, dry ferts or are you using liquid ferts, if so what exactly are you using? ADA, API, AquaGreen, Excel? 

 

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al4n

In shrimp tank, dont dose anything as it plays with my tds too much. Planted tank i use Seachem flourish and excel.

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GotCrabs

Cheers @al4n, just curious to see what others are using as I'd like to look and ask around before grabbing something.

The new tank will be HC only, so just wondering what people are using and would recommend, also will be using liquid Co2.

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Ive had hc go well with flourish and co2, had a 2ft covered

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