A do-it-yourself version of CSM+B, none of the measurements are terribly critical, the Copper and Boron are the most dangerous. The EDTA serves as both a chelating agent and filler, making up 59.9% of the product (64% of CSM+B).
I have not used this myself and am just beginning tests, so obviously use at your own risk. I have done this with a couple of variations; I will get into one later, specific to Hans’ situation.1
Since I started with
[QUOTE=Florin Ilia;79028]I think Tom Barr recommends a "de-mister" device in here somewhere, some sort of sponge on the filter outflow, but I can't find it now sorry. Maybe he will just chime in here and repeat his advice :)[/QUOTE]
Does this work?
I would try this if it does.
Is this right?
The sponge stops the 7up effect.
Hi all, i acquired this tank in Nov 2011 from a store in Toronto Canada ( Aquainspiration) this meant a 1 day trip for me & some friends that involved a 8.5 hr round trip drive, i live in Ottawa Canada.
The tank si an ADA knock off -79 gallon -120cm x50cm x 50cm
I will updaate this thread as time permits
I will blog this stuff here in case anyone is interested.
There is no intention to offend, I am a real gasbag, I thought it interesting but it offends
I find myself unable to follow the threads, I read and understand them, but there seems to be a “presumed knowledge,” it eludes me…
Can too much co2 be a bad thing?
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Streptococcus & Serious Eye
I still remember my first fish tank so clearly, with fondness and a pang...
I was in my second year of Uni, living on my own in a furnished one bedroom unit, and paying rent that was WAY too high. I could not afford to have a phone, I did not have a television and the radio was my only form of entertainment. I lived on salads as I didn't even have the gas connected. To earn a bit of extra income the landlord would give me little jobs to do... mowing lawn etc.