Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: Hillsboro, Oregon
...we've been testing pH levels 3x a day, and KH 1x a day. In order to keep CO2 levels in the ideal 15-40 ppm, it's been necessary to hold a bubble-rate between 1 and 2 bps; however, over the past several days, CO2 levels have been on the rise; therefore, the bubble rate has been reduced significantly <20 bpm, yet pH is still holding at 6.0.
Why is this?
All the plants are a deep green, even apongeton ulvaceus. Do plants use more CO2 if they lack color?
...it's about the fish.
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Last edited by Stevenicoloconnor; 05-09-2011 at 06:04 PM.
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