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  1. stcyrwm@adelphia.net

    stcyrwm@adelphia.net Prolific Poster

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    How much of a problem is high GH? I had 340ppm and have diluted it with distilled water down to 251ppm. Should I keep diluting or leave it be. My LFS thinks that this is the problem with my anubias turning yellow but after reading some of Tom's material I'm not so sure.
    I have 3 WPG (2-55 CF from AH supply)and I have just started dosing micros and am going to start dosing macros, as soon as I can find some KNO3, based on EI.
    I am also going to try to get my co2 up. It is currently at 18ppm. If I get it up to 25ppm my pH will be 6.6. Is that a problem? KH is only 53ppm.

    Thanks, Bill
     
  2. aquabillpers

    aquabillpers Lifetime Charter Member
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    Re: GH high

    The anubias in my low light tank have been doing fine for the last year at about 270 ppm.

    Bill
     
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