Originally Posted by JKJP
Are great OTHER than the GH
Level how do we go about reducing this as it is
I can definitely give advice on this, but the first thing I need to know is exactly what the level is in the tank, and what it is in the source water that you are using. I recently discovered a situation in one of my aquariums where 6 terra cotta pots were causing the GH
to be very high in a tank that is set up for soft water fish!
There are ways to make adjustments if needed, and you can also make your fishkeeping choices based on whatever your levels happen to be. The first thing to do is let us know what your levels are in the aquarium and in the source water.