Kit Seachem

By · Thursday, October 22nd, 2009

Kit Seachem
Does Algae Destroyer APH ADVANCED damage live plants?

I know, I know, not good to use chemicals to treat algae, algal blooms but this only took over my tank in two days and tried to change the 50% of water for three days with the lights off and no direct light hitting the other tank and only began to grow as worse. I think the culprit was Seachem Neutral Regulator, as it uses the phosphate buffer. I used that product chemical for each change of water once a week and I think the phosphate levels rose and I have a computer or something to contol that in addition to living plants that are only a couple in my tank. My nitrate levels are 0ppm is bad for plants so bad he does not want to change the water for a while, ammonia 0, nitrites 0, pH 6.8, KH 80 ppm, GH 120 ppm. I using a Coralife 96 watt compact fluorescent light 10 hours without food and almost reaches the bottom of the tank so the only thing I could be wrong is the phosphate levels of the chemical. However, thanks to the APH, has been all algae, should I worry?

No, it should not harm your plants in everything! Http: / / It says the product controls algae in aquariums with live fish and plants of the existence website. If you bought Pond Care Algae Destroyer Advanced, then yes it will harm your plants. This product is made by the API. ALGAEDESTROYER # If you still do not believe what I have shown below, you can read the bottle to find out.

12 gallon Nano Reef

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