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Old 15-03-12, 10:15
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what was the 1st thing you noticed during zeo?

what is the first thing you noticed when dosing zeo?

I have found my nitrates have gone from 25 down to 2.5 in about a week or so. Is that due to zeo?
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Old 15-03-12, 10:29
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Yes, that would be the first change. PO4 will be slower in most cases. As each tank is unique, one can only note trends.

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Old 15-03-12, 10:32
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yeah i know i was juts really asking for others to note what they found was first
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Nitrates were the first to go down, then each week would differ!!
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Nitrates going down first, followed by the bank balance
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Old 15-03-12, 18:33
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Lol boo. I have a funny feeling I'm going to have to throw more bak away than i use because it's on a nano
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Old 15-03-12, 18:55
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you dont throw bak away!! As long as it is kept in fridge once opened it is good for about 2 years, just buy the 10ml size.
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Old 15-03-12, 20:22
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I have but I thought it was 6 months or is that out of the fridge?
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Old 16-03-12, 14:52
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I have but I thought it was 6 months or is that out of the fridge?
Bak must always be kept in the fridge once opened, also Coral Vitaliser and Bio Mate need to be kept in fridge the others are fine in cupboard.
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