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Old 05-04-2005, 04:35 PM   #1
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Will higher temps speed up the cycle?

So far I have been cycling without the heater at it has been at 76 or so. I just put the heater in there and brought the temp up to 80. Will this speed up the cycle any?

day 9

ammonia- .5ppm (down from 1ppm 2 days ago)

trite- 1ppm (down from 2 ppm)

trate- 20ppm (same)

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to me it looks like ur cycle is close to the end , with your trites dropping down
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