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Yep, thats what I meant... Sorry.

If your water is basic, then expect it to stay basic.. If it's around 7.0 or less, expect it to drop a little over time. (which is ok and a sign of a healthy tank)
My tank I have now has platies, soo... I'm thinking my water is somewhere around that. I'm also using water and gravel from my old to new, to help with my cycle.

55 gallon planted tank, starting over!!!( looking crappy, needs a major rescape)
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