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SEAWEED54 05-11-2012 11:21 PM

safe zones
 
what are the safe zones for
ammonia I'm at .025 just want to be sure it don't go to high I cant remember the highest it can peak been a while for these old bones
so I know if I need to do a early water change it's due weds
added 2 bangii cardinals today
tank is 3 1/2 months young

Reefing Madness 05-12-2012 01:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SEAWEED54 (Post 1077994)
what are the safe zones for
ammonia I'm at .025 just want to be sure it don't go to high I cant remember the highest it can peak been a while for these old bones
so I know if I need to do a early water change it's due weds
added 2 bangii cardinals today
tank is 3 1/2 months young

:blink: No such thing as safe if you have Ammonia in the tank with fish, you risk killing them. You should not put any fish in the tank while it is cycling.


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