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Melafix question
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https://www.aquariumplantfood.co.uk

They have a starter kit that comes with bottles and all the dry ferts required and spoons (they didnt do that when i bought mine!)

https://www.aquariumplantfood.co.uk/ei-s...poons.html
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That’s great. Thanks. Will have a look Smile


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That's the one. They had starter kit options when I bought it and I got the one with two free bottles.

You need two bottles, one for the macro nutrient mix and one for the micro. Apparently the micro stuff it's abvised to use distilled water and a teaspoon of malt white vinegar to stop the chelated ingredients from being 'unchelated'. If that's even a word lol. You can use tap water for macro mix.

There's some videos on Youtube of people mixing it up.
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(28-03-2019, 11:05 PM)Cheltgirl Wrote:
(28-03-2019, 10:56 PM)Jota Wrote: Ferts in general is another.  Just because they added some water to it they increase the price by 1000%.  If you buy the dry powder mix set and mix your own you can get 16 500ml bottles worth for 20 quid.


Ooooo do you have a link? With all the tanks here I’m getting through a lot of the liquid.

Sorry Annie for hijacking your thread.


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No worries, it’s thrown up some interesting points  Wink

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