Perhaps you should tell us a little about your setup first - it's difficult (and risky) giving advice blindly... For starters, what do you have in your tank (or what are you planning on keeping...), size of tank, filtration, etc. Many of the mentioned parameters are controlled biologically via the filtration, whilst others are adjusted chemically.OKay cool,can anyone help on how to treat these paramters,to make them higher or lower or some homebrew methods
You will have to learn some Netiquette if you expect people to help you :nono: - why should anyone have to go to the trouble to search for your other threads if they reply to this thread? As I said earlier, you must supply the information which will enable us to give you good advice: e.g. do you have a deep sand bed, and/or enough good quality live rock - this (in a mature tank) will be all you need to keep the ammonia, nitrite AND nitrate below the detection limit of hobby-type test kits, if your bio-load is reasonable.No ive got threas on this forum and have a skimmer and dsb etc,just want to now how to keep
is place,is alkalinity mesured in dkh
OK, I see your tank is about 1 month old, and you have a DSB - no corals yet, by the look of it (and that's GOOD).What should your calcium be in a reef tank and is alk mesured dkh?
Now why would anyone want to do that?DON'T become fixated by numbers
Funny shitNow why would anyone want to do that?
Numbers, what numbers ? Who said i am fixaed on numbers??? You gotta be kidding.:nono: I only measure PO4 twice a day, Ca once a day, my pH the whole day, NO3 once a day, Mg once a day, temperature the whole day, have not bought a test kit in the last two days, nor have I taken my water to the lab in three days! I can stop at any time, really, I can go without measuring my numbers for a day if i wanted to...
Be right back, just wanna go check my microbial density, borate alkalinity and manganese levels......
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