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Old May 24th 11, 07:44 PM
craiggwillson craiggwillson is offline
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I feel I ashen my money with Flourish Excel. It fabricated no aberration one way or the other. I got the best after-effects from the tabs placed in the gravel under the plants and apparent Flourish. Excel isn't a fertilizer and it didn't kill algae in any of my tanks as some humans claim. Continue the water changes.
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