Originally Posted by 54seaweed
is a little low but it goes down at night best time to check that is around noon,
now that it's getting warmer and can open windows you will see alk
raise on it's own.
your not having problems things look good why mess with it . as long as your not jamb packed with sps
there's no need to dose.
if you keep a weekly schedule and do 10% water changes you should be golden
Yeah I agree. I think it's important to monitor your parameters especially ALK
closely. But if your tank looks great don't mess with it. Try and keep those parameters for as long as they work. I hear it from people all the time when I tell them I keep my ALK
at 10 dkh
but I feel like that's my tanks sweet spot. I especially notice my ALK
is low when my lps
corals...specifically acans look deflated. Now I test ALK
every day and it's worked out great.
Also depending on your salt mix and where you want your levels to be..you might have to dose small amounts. I find that my calcium is usually not where I want it after doing a water change. I'll usually wait a few hours after the water change to check but it's always low
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