01-11-2009, 10:38 PM
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I'd suggest using tapwater again, drop hornworts to consume the nitrates and let the corals remain there just to help stabilize the pH.
Originally Posted by 55bldparrot30
Is this why my tank has this low ph and struggles to come up? Because of the softer store bought spring water i have been using in my tank. If so , when i use my well water, the ph in the tank rises for a couple hours then drops because of the tanks buffering capacity which i thought would be bad for the fish. What do you suggest? Mayb add corals to bring it up to about 7.0- 7.2 and then do a water change?