03-23-2008, 11:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Falina
Originally Posted by Lupin
No need to lower the pH. A stable pH is better and less stressful than the constantly changing pH. Unless you have valid reasons to lower the pH, it is not needed at all. Plenty of captive-bred fish can adapt well to a wide range of water conditions.
Unless the ph is really high/low then i rarely feel there is any need to alter it. Your ph is not particularly high or low so I'm doubtful that there's any cause for concern. What fish do you keep in the tank?
I kept 1 honey garoumi, 1 blue garoumi and 9 tiger barbs