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Old 06-03-2013, 11:10 PM   #16
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You were right. it is the neutral Regulator by Seachem that is giving me high phosphate readings. Thank you. I wouldnt have even thought about this being a problem

Speaking from experience....wink, wink. BTW, use the Seachem alkaline buffer instead. Just add enough to have your KH around 3 to 4 degrees. That should be enough to buffer against ph drop due to high CO2 or ph drop due to extremely software or RO water.
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