Hi there... I have loaded a patch of Fluval carbon to my Eheim filter. I was browsing the Hagen web this afternoon, and found something very interesting... this is what it has noted: "One final comment about carbon, it has been shown to remove many discolorations in the water, to polish the water to crystal clear clarity. This is quite useful for most standard aquarium communities. However, the powerful ability of carbon to remove trace elements form the passing currents can be a problem when dealing with a planted aquarium. In cases where plants are the major interest for the aquarist, carbon is probably not a good idea. it will remove many of the trace elements that plant fertilizer provides."... So, my question is, should I remove the carbon from my filter since I'm dosing the PFK and CSM+B by the EI method? Carbon keeps the clarity of the water, and drives the odor away. I'm not sure if removing the carbon is such a brilliant idea. Please kindly comment. Thank you.