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Old 08-13-2013, 06:37 PM   #1
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Water levels

What should they be to have a heathy tank? ( like ph,high range ph, ammonia,nitrite nitrate.) everything in the text kit.
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Most fish can adapt to different levels of PH. But normal is typically 7. Healthy ammonia, nitrites are 0. And Nitrates usually 20 and below is good. Anytime it's at 20, I do a 50% WC.
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Most fish can adapt to different levels of PH. But normal is typically 7. Healthy ammonia, nitrites are 0. And Nitrates usually 20 and below is good. Anytime it's at 20, I do a 50% WC.
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