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Old 08-02-2013, 09:25 PM   #1
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Switching from no3po4-x to vodka

Hi all, iv been using red sea no3po4-x on my 5x2x2 tank im dosing 20ml nitrates - 25 phos - 0. I will run out if nopox in the next few days but i have a bottle of vodka i was using on amother tank can i just carry on with vodka as a carbon source instead on nopox or do i have to start again with the vodka from the lowest dose? If i can carry on does anyone know how much i should use in place of 20ml of nopox?

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depends on the levels in each product. you'd have to get the dose right or you can do some harm.
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