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I think I'll just stick with the pan tabs, seems easy.
Edited by Khaotik55 - 8/13/11 at 3:53pm
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That looks like fungus growth. The water probably has high nitrates or phosphates.

The MSDS is missing a lot of information, but it is stable. Why not use copper sulfate, it is cheaper?
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Originally Posted by Raul-7 View Post
That looks like fungus growth. The water probably has high nitrates or phosphates.

The MSDS is missing a lot of information, but it is stable. Why not use copper sulfate, it is cheaper?
I already have this; 200 tablets worth.
Edited by Khaotik55 - 8/13/11 at 7:36pm
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