Could you at least quote me? It would be easier for both.
The main objective was organic waste, but some nutrients were removed and there were deficiencies on the floating plants. That's why I questioned the addition of that activated carbon. I even asked rhetorically about purigen, because the results were like there was purigen in that mesh, so, who says you were overly concerned about the ammonia? The ammonia went out with the organic material that was lowering the kh. Okay. But I wasn't counting the ammonium ions as nutrients anyway, there were some nitrates already present. The deficiencies came from where? I just blamed that activated carbon.Originally Posted by Biollante
And I am stating somewhere that the steam activated carbon, that was used, will release it back? The rest is the theory everyone should know and obey and I am not posting around saying that I can bend that. It is weird to read something, to have the same view of things, but to realize that someone is actually telling that you are against it. The material was huge and it was obviously squeezed more that it should be allowed. I will just respond, but I have the feeling that it would involve slicing it and digest it in really small pieces.Originally Posted by Biollante
I came to suggest more oxygen even though Florin has a wet/dry so I proposed some device, I came to propose an activated carbon that isn't taking a thing, so to speak, from the water and to leave nutrients alone, thinking that there is a lot of carbon dioxide and a bunch of nice people always advising about more and I don't even know if I should touch your responses because there is a pot of healthy information already, even if this subject about client's devices would not go on. Now to think that, at some point, Tom Barr will say that, well, there was a hot summer once, and some other folk came in and proposed yet another activated carbon that makes wonders in a planted tank, isn't actually right.