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Old 07-12-2013, 03:23 PM   #1 
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Seachem Flourish and juvenile betta

Hi Everyone!

I have a juvenile betta (approximately 2 months old) that is thriving, growing and showing quite the personality. Don't know the sex yet but my grandson has temporarily named him Tony Stewart Anywho, I have Tony in a 2 gallon tank that is planted with Anubias and was wondering if I can use my Seachem Flourish in his tank or is he too young to have that added? Would appreciate any advice
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Old 07-12-2013, 04:09 PM   #2 
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It should be fine.. I'll toss that in once in a while into my grow out tanks for young juvie bettas for the plants in there with no trouble. I would personally dose about half of what it recommends though for now :)
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Thank you, Myates! I appreciate the response. I will use half the dose for now.
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