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Old 03-05-2005, 11:24 PM   #1
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what do you think of my stats?

SG 1.027 or 36%
PH 8.0
Ammonia 0
Nitrites 0.3

please tell me what you think of this stats.

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sg is a little high, i would aim for 1.023 with 1.025 as the highest. nitrite should be zero before the addition of any fish or corals and things. whats your nitrate? how long as your tank been cycling? is this the same tank that you have all the fish in in your profile? maybe your nitrite is high because of overfeeding. how long have you had it up and running?
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Nitrate @ 3.0 I'd presume? I agree the salinity is high.
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I agree. SG is a bit on the high side. Bring it down slowly to under 1.025. Do you mean nitrite or nitrate at 3?
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This tank hold all the fishes in my profile
Nitrites 0.3
Sorry I have no Nitrates kit

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I will slowly turn it back to 1.025
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Sorry I have no Nitrates kit
May be a good idea to keep track of those too. I see I made a mistake earlier between the trates and trites, but I'd recommend getting a kit for that. Good luck.
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