02-18-2009, 10:58 PM
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Originally Posted by FordMan
if you set up the environment perfect along with cylce and mature your tank you wont need a testing kit
i disagree 100%.
first, how will you know the cycle is complete without testing. second, if anything ever looks out of whack its good to do a test to see what the issue is and how to address it. third this was posted in saltwater so im only going to assume its for a saltwater tank which means you will need to also test mag, alk, ca, pH AT THE MINIMUM, besides the standard ammonia, nitrite, nitrate.