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Old 12-15-2012, 12:24 PM   #1
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I know some of you akready tild me using gfo but I wonder if I could use gfo in the phos reactor instead of phos media. Will it benefit more ? Whats the best way to reduce phospate ? Mine at .5
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I know some of you akready tild me using gfo but I wonder if I could use gfo in the phos reactor instead of phos media. Will it benefit more ? Whats the best way to reduce phospate ? Mine at .5
Yes, you might mix in some carbon to help keep the GFO from clumping up. There are several products on the market that absorb phosphates.
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