Another re-mineralizing RO water thread :)
Hi there! I realize that this is probably somethign posted here a ton - first time poster.
I was reading a thread earlier this week that discussed re-mineralizing your water with food-grade epsom's salt, potassium bicarbonate, and calcium sulfate. Well, those things came in for me today, but I can't seem to find the thread that mentioned them!
What's generally advised per gallon?
This is a 36G bowfront that I've slowly been adjusting to the RO system - last water change, its TDS was at 104 (down from almost 300!).
I'm keeping German Rams, a few danios, some neons, guppies, and harlequin rasboras, in addition to a myriad of plants.
According to test strips:
GH/KH both 0
Thanks in advance!
Edit to add: I also use pressurized CO2 injected by an atomic diffuser with a Fluval 207, and I dose every other day with Niloc Thrive (I use 4 pumps as I noticed pinholes in some of my plant leaves). My lighting is a Fluval 3.0 that's mostly using just its factory settings (though I do put the tank down "for a nap" around mid-day so I can have more lighting at night).