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Old 11-08-2014, 08:58 AM   #1
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Nitrates

My nitrates are Hoover above 20+, I have bio balls in my 32gallon should I take them out? I red they help keep nitrates up?


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Nitrates are the waste of the BB earing nitrites which are waste from the BB eating the ammonia. You remove the nitrates woth water changes.

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20+ppm for nitrates is absolutely nothing to be concerned about. your set-up is fine.
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20+ppm for nitrates is absolutely nothing to be concerned about. your set-up is fine.

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