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Old 05-14-2011, 10:58 AM   #21
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For my saltwater tanks I use salifert tests. Makes it really really easy and they are probably the most accurate tests you can get. They are just a tad pricey though. Just my recommendation.
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I do 20% water change by weekly n dose trace elements/ vitamins /ca ... just a bit on the week the water change wasnt done.. Everything seems to b going well
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Thanks emelinda good info.

Carey, thanks again, I use salifert for pH and I think I'm gonna give their nitrate test a go.
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Thanks emelinda good info.

Carey, thanks again, I use salifert for pH and I think I'm gonna give their nitrate test a go.
I use salifert test kits for mag n ca only... For the other parameters I use API which has proven to b just as good with the exception of ca test..
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