which thing to monitor?
Ok, I have my CO2 up and running again. The tank got better after that...a little less algae. But I have a dilema. I have a PH monitor/controler, and I have that little color change glass thingy on the side of my tank (in the water). Which one is more important to look at to judge my CO2 levels? The monitor is what's controlling it right now...but after the first week the color change bulb is now very blue...so my PH is running "steady" but it still says I don't have enough CO2. I could switch my CO2 to simply run on a timer, and not worry about the PH setting (I hear it's inaccurate anyways), but I'm worried that my water will get so bogged down with CO2 that way that my fish will die. Should I just keep pumping till the fish start gasping?
Which is a better judge of CO2...?
75g, 2-XP3's, pressurized CO2, inline reactor, 384 Watt CF orbit