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    Fertilizer inhabit algae growth?

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    I was reading the label on my liquid ferti, its say that this fertilizer inhabit algae growth, is that true? If so why? thks

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    technically not true, side effect.

    plants compete with algae and given good conditions , plants win, and algae die..

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    On 6/29/2002 3:21:37 PM

    technically not true, side effect.

    plants compete with algae and given good conditions , plants win, and algae die..
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    o I see, thanks

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    There's a possibility that the fertilizer inhibits algae growth, but I don't know how to explain it. Try borrowing Ecology of a Planted Aquarium by Diana Walstad from the library. Even if you don't subscribe to her methods, you'll get a lot of insight into our hobby.

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