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post #21 of 23 Old 03-26-2011, 10:39 PM
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You could try not using the bacteria supplement. That might be affecting the process.

Otherwise, I wouldn't worry about it. If your fish are ok and you've not got ammonia or nitrites at poisonous levels then your fish should stay ok.
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You could try not using the bacteria supplement. That might be affecting the process.

Otherwise, I wouldn't worry about it. If your fish are ok and you've not got ammonia or nitrites at poisonous levels then your fish should stay ok.

Finally!!! When I tested yesterday, it appeared there was a trace of nitrites. When I checked this morning - I finally have them - .050 ppm.

Now what? Just keep doing what I'm doing, right? Water changes and keep the levels, low, right?

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