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Old 10-22-2009, 04:58 PM   #1
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Fert gonna kill my inverts?

I decided while at my LFS yesterday to pick up some Flourish for my plants for my plants. So i bought it and started looking at the ingredeients and saw something.

Boron...0.009%
Chlorine....1.15%
Cobalt.....0.0004%
COPPER.....0.0001%
----0.0001% water soluble Copper

Will this kill my inverts in the tank? If so i need suggestions for plants ferts please.

I got this : Seachem. Flourish
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I use Flourish in all our planted tanks, even the ones with shrimp and snails. I haven't had any deaths. Hope this helps.
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I use the entire line of Flourish products in my tank with inverts and they all do fine with it.
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The copper is so low that it is not a problem. <I dose my ferts dry, and the trace mix has more copper than that .... no problems with snails at least.>
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Old 10-22-2009, 10:05 PM   #5
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Ok, thanks a ton guys, scared me for a second.
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