In aquarium vocabulary, nitrites is just one of the substances you test.:wink2: They can be dangerous however if detected. If your nitrites are high, adding salt will help. Make sure not to add excessive salt though.St6_Devgru said:is it that or am i just confused?
Guess you're right.girlofgod said:blue, since he's a beginner, it might be better if you didnt tell him to add salt unless you explain specifically what KIND of salt, how much, etc...especially since at this point he would be guessing as to what his nitrate levels were. he hasnt had his water tested yet. :wink:
Correct.fish_4_all said:ammonia (NH4?)
You lucky git, I had problems with columnaris before(last July).:frustrated: So frustrating and it wiped out my praecox rainbows.Thankfully I haven't had many problems except ich.