03-08-2010, 12:52 PM
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checked the nh3n in both my pond, and his 10gal tank.
pond...... .0697 mg/l
10gal tank..... .360 mg/l (i read these samples at work on the same meter that we report the nh3n to the EPA, when i've done comparisons from a test strip type method, the nh3n was 0 mg/l, on a .0735 mg/l sample taken on meter)
the PH is 7.2 on both samples.
the nh3n in his tank does concern me just a little, so as soon as the water in the tank reaches room temp, it will be changed. and at that time i will start feeding him as you suggested. thanks!
the old boy seems to be holding his own, he even moves away form the front of the tank when someone walkes by. now i have to keep an eye out for other victims.