Planted Tank Guru
Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Contra Costa CA
Seems there is a trace of nitrate. That is a low level, not a problem for a planted tank.
The other info is not very useful.
Here is what will be of more use:
What are the current conditions in the tanks?
GH, KH, TDS
What does the well water test:
GH, KH, TDS
Here is the concern:
Your fish are acclimated to a certain level of salts and minerals in their water.
When you move the new water may be different.
You want to spread out the time it takes to acclimate the fish so they can change their metabolism to match the new water. This can take as long as a month if the water is that different.
1) If the new water is softer than the current water: Go get some distilled or RO water and blend a little bit with each of the water changes between now and the time you move so that the GH, KH and TDS drop no more than about 10% each time. You can make that sort of change about twice a week.
If you need to move, and the fish are not yet acclimated, then move, but add some minerals to the water change water from the well so that you continue that slow acclimation to the new water.
2) If the new water is harder than the current water:
Add some minerals to the current water so that you change the GH, KH and TDS by as much as 15% with each water change. You can do this twice a week. You could also add the minerals without doing a water change, but no more than enough to make the GH, KH and TDS 15% higher at any one time.
If you need to move and the fish are not yet acclimated then buy some distilled or RO water and blend it with the well water for each water change to continue the 15% change schedule until the fish are acclimated.
3) If there is no way to acclimate them, they are not suited to that water, then you may need to buy an RO unit to make the water softer or buy minerals to make the water harder.