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Fertilizer Regime Template

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    Art submitted a new resource:

    Fertilizer Regime Template - Excel file for standardizing fertilizer regime information

    An Excel template many of us use to standardize the information related to our aquariums and its fertilization.

    It is HIGHLY encouraged that you complete this template if you are asking for help on the forums.

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    That’s awesome I have learned much from Gregg, Taylor fertilizers for my tanks and plants, the key to me is to learn what your plants are asking for and provide that, even between tank I have different fertilizers and dosing. All relevant to substrate, lighting, plant type, plant mass, co2 amounts, water temperatures, etc.
     
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