OK what can I use to raise the K in my tank? I just tested it with the new K test kit from Zeo and it show 250 - 275 ppm, and my Caps don't look good.
So Randy do you see any problem with Potassium chloride adding to much chloride to the tank? I followed your direction on how to figure out the amount to add, but was concerned about the chloride. 200 gals need to have 29.12 tsp to begin the K from 250 to 350, once there I would use the k B to keep it in check. [/B]
<a href=showthread.php?s=&postid=8100138#post8100138 target=_blank>Originally posted</a> by Keigo
thus are there any high k product we can find without other elements exists in the k supplement that affect the water.
<a href=showthread.php?s=&postid=6022178#post6022178 target=_blank>Originally posted</a> by Habib
Not one of the 9 brands of salts tested for potassium showed a low concentration. As a matter of fact they all had potassium close to natural seawater values:
From the scientific data I have seen regarding potassium and corals and from my own data and those of others I have to conclude, so far, that potassium is hardly depleted in aquaria even not if it is fully packed with corals.