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Old 05-11-2012, 11:21 PM   #1
 
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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

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Old 05-12-2012, 01:01 AM   #2
 
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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
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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