So I'm having trouble finding information specific to my problem, and thought I'd give a new thread a shot. I'm curious to know exactly how safe it is on the fish and plants in general to boost the CO2 as high as my fish are comfortable with. Water coming out of the Tap is about 7.6 PH, and I have been slowly raising the amount of CO2 in the tank weekly to the point to where my PH controller is set to turn everything off at 5.7ph. I have yet to see any signs of my fish having issues with the water. I like having the peace of mind the PH controller gives me in case something were to go wrong.
- Should I keep adjusting the ph controller to go lower in order to maximize the amount of CO2 I have in the tank?
- Is it good practice to have the PH controller constantly turning off the system once it gets to a certain PH, or should I be trying to find a setting to where the CO2 is constantly on? Does it even matter?