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Old 02-01-2010, 09:34 PM   #11
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Youi should test the source anyway to see where your "starting point" is. You can add phosphates to your tank thru various means - flake foods often, frozen cubes food not rinsed, etc, but you should test your source anyway I think.
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I use Ro/Di everything comes up negitive. I do get a trace with the salt mix though, which I had brought up here and told that was pretty normal. I'm going to try the reactor since it seems to have good reviews.. Idont have a good HOB filter to just put media in unfortunatly. Thanks for the help!
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