02-03-2014, 09:59 AM
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Originally Posted by Hallyx
And then again, perhaps the ammonia would go up and bring the pH down. Perhaps the pH will go up and increase the amount of dangerous free ammonia (NH3).
Mr. Bob, you have a nice setup which responds according to your input because you built it that way. Suggesting procedures which would work well in your tanks is not always the best way for more conventional keepers to proceed with theirs.
His tank, by the pitcures, has duck weed, cabomba, numerous lillies and looks heavily planted to me.
therefore I think he would be well advised to consider the experience of people who have kept planted tanks.
still that's just my .02