I spent most of last night reading up on EI / PMDD and DIY TPN+ Simon !!! Still need to get my head around it, as the daily auto water change is causing me an arithmatical mental block :!: I've got most of the dry ferts now, just have to work out how much to use and when :?: :!: :?:EI is the way to go
Sure will Tourney - bits should arrive today.Will you post more pictures of the revised W/C rig? Very interested
Thanks Jay, the discus seem pretty happy. There are three pairs in there who each lay eggs every 7 - 10 days - one pair on the redmoor, one pair on a certain pebble, and one pair on the rear glassGreat set up. Bet the discus love that water!!
Like the redmoor root hanging down like that, ever thought of adding another?
Maybe some bolbitis attached to them?
billy boy said:Do you have a kettle in there?
Thanks Thomas ! I keep wondering if its better that way up, or the other way as a tree. I've added a second root now, and some Bolbitis too, so I'll post some new pics and see what folks think.I also like the redmoor that suspended - again, very natural and a nice feature.
What's the make of you're fert autodoser Tony, and how have you got it setup? Thinking about an autodoser myself, and considering my options.
Could you explain further how your use this? I just purchased an SP3000 too to dose the ferts, how do you dose the EasyCarbo, do you have a seconds timer? from the tests I did mine doses 40ml per minute which is what I am going to base my all-in-one DIY fert solution on.Tonser said:Hi Tourney. Its an AquaMedic 3000 dosing pump. I just have it on a timer so it comes on and pumps the correct amount of TPN+ / EasyCarbo in to the tank. It seems pretty reliable, and you can get spares for them from Swell if you need to.
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