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Old 08-05-2013, 03:33 PM   #51
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Your readings are good except the nitrates are a little high. If you keep using RO perhaps you can get them down to around 10ppm. If you are adding phosphates and keep getting a zero reading you will need to add more. Eventually you'll register a reading when you get enough in the water.

The Wallichii and Macrandra are going to need time to recover but you should start seeing better looking new growth. If you have any root tabs you could add a couple around those stems to see if you can give them a little extra boost. You also might have to increase the iron if the Macrandra begins turning yellow, not pale, yellow.
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