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Old 09-16-2011, 05:17 AM   #1291
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General rule is 1-3 watts per gallon so yes and just because you have sufficent surface disturbance doesn't neccesarily mean you wont have ph problems.
Amen to that..... I had to boost mine. Used seachem reef pH booster. Worked great. Went from 7.9 to 8.2. Plus you can't overdose.
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Old 09-16-2011, 06:44 AM   #1292
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Amen to that..... I had to boost mine. Used seachem reef pH booster. Worked great. Went from 7.9 to 8.2. Plus you can't overdose.
What about alkalinity though?! That should be rising as well ad mine is already high by now
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seems the two teeter on each other. unicorn. maybe looking at the low pH is the symptom. what would happen id you brought your alk down? pH go up?
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seems the two teeter on each other. unicorn. maybe looking at the low pH is the symptom. what would happen id you brought your alk down? pH go up?
Already tried that all went down, ph slightly went down but mostly stayed low around 7.8
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is it Saturday yet?
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Old 09-16-2011, 05:02 PM   #1296
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is it Saturday yet?
Hahaha no :b
But if you have to know: nitrites haven't changed today either
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cant sweety pie do the water change?
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Old 09-16-2011, 05:28 PM   #1298
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cant sweety pie do the water change?
Hahahaha ur funny ROFLMAO
..... no

He prolly could, and it's not like I don't trust him... But.... No

Same way as he won't let me dust off his miniature world war II tank collection
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ha interesting.

reefcleaners cuc showed up and slowly moving. very slowly.
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ha interesting.

reefcleaners cuc showed up and slowly moving. very slowly.
What u mean by slowly? They are prolly just stressed. How about the amount? Alot?
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