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Conversation Between Byron and mikey5598
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  1. mikey5598
    03-05-2013 08:48 PM - permalink
    Hello Byron
    I was wondering if you could share a bit of wisdom. I have read on some of your posts that circulating pumps in a planted tank were not really beneficial and may actually do more harm than good by depleting co2. I have a planted 55 gal. Aquarium with sand substrate on top and Eco complete and other dirt underneath. In my previous tank which was all dirt I was having the same issue until I installed a circulating pump after which it cleared it right up. I'm changing 30 percent of my water once a week and when I do I suck up the green stuff but by the next week when it's time to do a water change it comes back. My parameters are 76 deg, ph of 7.5 nitrate 10 ppm ammonia 0 nitrite 0. Any tips would be greatly appreciated. I'm using Rena xp2 filtration, 2 24 inch coralife light fixtures with 4 6700 k t5 bulbs 14 watts
    Please post this as a new thread in the forum. Byron.
  2. mikey5598
    01-30-2013 03:23 PM - permalink
    Thank you so much for sharing your awesome knowledge. Because of you I joined this forum. Loved reading your 4 part post on the planted aquarium.
    You are most welcome, and thank you for letting me know; much appreciated. B.
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