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Old 07-15-2005, 09:45 AM   #1
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Can a filter sock keep NO3 up?

My filter sock is rinsed often but it's very thick material and It always has that brownish-tan look.

Can this be holding NO3's up? I can't seem to get much under 20 ppm.

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dual 175 MH w/ dual 32W PC Actinics
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How many times do you change out the filter sock per week?
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