11-20-2013, 04:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Agent13
For the first time in months i tested my water tonight in most of my tanks and i leave more confused then ever. Most tanks had a ph of 7.0 and kh 5dKH one random tank was 2 dKH and ph 6.6 then as expected my african tank was 12dKH and ph 8.0 ( not shocked by the last one as thats the only tank i play chemist with) . So what i wonder and kinda need to know is why is that one tank registering as super soft water? I used to keep fw shrimp and guppies in there but recently sold off the rest of my shrimp and only 1 guppy remains. I want to stock the tank soon and its well planted. In fact far more then any other tank. Im just wondering before i consider stock for this tank what could cause 1 out of nearly 10 tanks to have such different results... Im just confused now
Obviously something is different in that one tank.
One you know what that would be then that would be the answer.
With it being well planted what else is different. circulation, substrate, what types of plants, amount of water changes. etc etc etc.
If there is not livestock in the tank I would be tempted to turn off all circulation, stop all water changes, and see what happens to ph and kh.
Sorry I couldn't help.