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Tom,

Full marks for your interesting responses in this discussion. I appreciate your sense of humor and time. Your perpetual dedication is inspiring.

Can I ask you about the following? :-s
Pearl grass is friggin weed, so is Rotala var green, if you stunt it, it takes a long time for it to recover.
Do you mean: Pearl grass and Rotala var green are hardy aquatic weeds. If, by some amazing chance, your fertilizing regimen causes stunting, they take a long time to recover.


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At the very least, the PPS method forces an aquarist to consider more carefully what is being put into an aquarium at what amounts. It certainly does no harm to try for a better understanding. I am content to stay on the sidelines of this thread as an oberver while at the same time putting in some unseen effort into re-teaching myself the chemistry and calculation methods shared by the participants. It was a long time ago I studied Chemistry at London University and I need to buff up my act ;-)

Over to you....

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