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Old 01-27-2003, 12:53 PM   #1
dave75
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I am wondering do you really need to buffer the water in my 20 gallon planted tank? I know all about ph swings but if I am doing weekly h20 changes won't that hold the ph realitivly stable?
And if I do buffer what to buffer with? I just got over an algae bloom and don't want that to happen again. any suggestions are appreciated
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