I am new to the Drak fertilizer.
So far i have bought KramerDrak and Eudrakon N.
I don't want to make mistakes, so i ask some guidelines.
My fishtank is a aquatlantis L:150cm, D:60cm, H63cm(effective water height)
Good for 520 liter netto
I have 4x 54 watt T5 lamps with reflector. 3x Dennerle special plant(3000k) and 1x Dennerle amazon day(6000k) in front.
I use 100% reversed osmose water an harden it with mineral salt.
I have Pressurized and computer controlled co2 and have precision dosing pumps for the fertilizer.
The goals is to have a fully planted thank with plants like Blyxa Japonica, Cabomba Caroliniana, Bacopa Caroliniana, Rotala rotundifolia, Red lotus, Ludwigia repens minor, Alternanthera Rosafolia,...
I have nog fertilized soil in the thank. Just some Dennerle powertabs bij the lotus ans some crypto's.
I have no special filtering materials like activated carbon or purigen. Also no Uv lighting or twinstar thnigs.
Waterchange: Weekly 40%
Values at the moment:
pH: 6.1 (jbl co2 continu test shows green)
Fe: 0.1ppm (hanna photochecker)
I started dosing drak today. So the values above are from the old dosing system(!)
Everything is dosed daily with dosing pumps at 10 AM(at start lighting)
(tank volume 520 liters)
Eudrakon N: 7ml
KH2PO4 solution(4 grams on 500 ml): 5ml
Does that sounds a bit right?
I don't like to make mistakes direct from the start.
Will kramerdrak have enough iron in it?