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Old 05-04-2015, 07:56 AM   #1
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Cichlid Stones Increasing GH

Has anyone recorded there cichlid stones increasing GH. I have a mysterious climbing GH in my planted tank.

I have changed the gravel and tested it and its fine. I have several plants and several cichlid stones. No other rocks.
I also use seachem root tabs. I have a canister filter with seachem matrix in it also.

Is it normal for GH to raise on its own?

Ive got a small cichlid stone setup in a bucket with a airstone going and im monitoring the gh. Its been 24hrs and i havent noticed anything yet.

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