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OK, now I am totally bummed. The reason I asked this question originally is
that I have significantly turned up the CO2 in my tank, and I am not seeing
any change in the pH - it keeps showing up as 7.0, with hardness at 5. I do
have a big 'ol hunk of wood in the tank, as well.
So now what do I do to figure out CO2 levels?
I am also suspecting that my pH test kit could be funky - I just bought it,
it's an AQ pharm. I was thinking of taking a water sample into the lfs and
having them test it, to see if it is my test kit. The lfs is 45 minutes
(longer, if traffic is at all bad) from my house - will the pH change in the
course of that drive as CO2 will no longer be being added?
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