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Old 11-22-2008, 12:51 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by victor.m View Post
Also good to know that API makes good reliable test kits, there are plenty of those at my LFS and they seem to be within a reasonable price range!
Except for calcium, nitrates, phosphates, and magnesium, I use API for everything else. The fact that you can get them darn near anywhere for cheap, and they're fairly reliable, makes them a good value in my book. I only use other brands (Salifert) when the API tests don't have enough resolution for my taste.

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