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really interesting thread fish for all. ive noticed myself how fast green water can come and go. i really wish i had a more than just my 29gal tank. if so i could definitely experiment a bit with how much excess ammonia is needed to bloom green water. it wouldnt be all that hard mostly conversion and concentration problems. also you would think that the excess ammonia would have to be very little in excess to your bioload or you would be able to test for it. also that makes me wonder if they make any more accurate test for even smaller amounts of NH3/NH4 something in the less than .5 ppm. ill check on some of this tomorrow.
As I understand it many of the test kits used by hobbyists don't measure very low concentrations of ammonia like some of the more advanced test kits and ammonia reads zero on most kits when there could be small levels present. Has anyone else heard this?
The most important medication in your fish medicine cabinet is.. Clean water.
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