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"If your water has Chlorine only,
then I would tell you not to worry about it. I knwo George Booth
convinced me -- he dons't use any dechlor at all on his water. I don't
either except on really small (10gal or less) tanks where the Cl
consentration may still be high.
If you're working with Chloramine, go buy a MiracleGro
lawn-fertilizer spreader and attatch it in-line to your Python. Dilute
your Amquel/NovAqua (why both?) down to an appropriate solution and you're
set. (AmQuel suggests 1tsp/10gal. The spreaders usually mix at a rate of
or somewhere in that neighborhood at the lowest, some have
variable control that doesn't get any lower a mix that that.
(I suggest the MiracleGro spreader because it was the only one I could
find that has a hose IN and OUT. If you don't mind some _major_
agitation, you can attatch virtially any spreader to the _end_ of your