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Seachem Prime and Magnesium Nitrate

MichaelJ

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Hello,
I just started DIY dry dosing and it just occurred to me that I am using Seachem Prime as dechlorinator (for the tap-water part of my WC water) which supposedly also "binds/detoxify" the Nitrate (I assume temporarily?) that I am intentionally dosing with the Mg(NO3)2.6H2O. What are the implications, if any... should I use a different dechlorinator, perhaps?

Cheers,
Michael
 
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ceg4048

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Hello,
I just started DIY dry dosing and it just occurred to me that I am using Seachem Prime as dechlorinator (for the tap-water part of my WC water) which supposedly also "binds/detoxify" the Nitrate (I assume temporarily?) that I am intentionally dosing with the Mg(NO3)2.6H2O. What are the implications, if any... should I use a different dechlorinator, perhaps?

Cheers,
Michael
All marketing bullsh$%t. Zero implication mate. Zero...:thumbdown:

Cheers,
 
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