Lennie Posted February 16 Share Posted February 16 (edited) Hey guys, hope everyone is doing well. Lately I have been trying to find a good all in one fertilizer that I can use in my 33g considerably heavily planted tank. The tank is on low stock side, only 2 mystery snails, 2 nerites and 16 pygmy cories. It has tropica aquasoil and root feeders have been doing pretty good so far. I currently dose seachem comprehensive twice a week. I have always been using Seachem comprehensive and I dose Equilibrium with all water changes, potassium from time to time. But I normally kept my tanks a bit overstocked and feed variety of fish food, so always had phosphorus and nitrate in the tanks. But this one is on low stock side. As I am aboutta finish my bottle, I have been looking for a Tropica’s all in one Premium and Speciliased Nutritions, as I liked their aquasoil a lot by now. When I ordered specialised version, I saw that it clearly stating ammonium in it. When I checked Seachem nitrogen, it says it has ammonium too but in a form that does not damage live stock??? My ph is 8.2 so normally I wouldn’t come by ammonium and I am afraid of potentially dosing anything toxic to the tank. So I am planning to go for Tropica Premium one with equilibrium instead. Any idea about ammonium dosage in high ph tanks with fertilizers? Do these ammonium can potentially damage livestock in high ph like mine, or in general even without a high ph? Tropica premium version: Tropica specialised version (advertised for heavily planted tanks): So current plan is going for premium version + keep dosing equilibrium with water changes. But I think I may not have enough N and seems like all available to me comes from ammonium. What do you guys think? P.S: we don’t have ACO here just in case anyone would suggest easy green. No easy green here sadly Edited February 16 by Lennie Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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