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Old 09-13-2014, 09:45 AM   #11
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Thank you for getting Back to me, at the min using agent green but going go back to using ultra phos and try do 15-30% wc aweek for next few weeks then will test rock again and see if any better but no it's going take ages as been running phos remover but only doing 10-15% wc each week.


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Bear in mind the rock can only leech so much at a time, so you are waiting for it to exhaust itself. No other way than to keep up on the changes and hope they release all the phosphates quickly.
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Just going run some phos remover and change it every 3 weeks with 15-30% wc a week and will see that's it like in few weeks time.thanks again


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