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I currently do use CO2 in any of my tanks.  I am looking to add it to at 
least one of them.  I use neutral pH buffer in my tanks.  Should I stop using 
that in that tank?  I do ot know the phosphate content of that buffer, but I 
do know I have too much hair algae.

> Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2003 09:48:07 -0400
> From: "Kinney, Travis" <kinney at pdtarchs_com>
> Subject: CO2/pH question
> Scott,
> What are you trying to achieve by adjusting your pH? You won't increase the
> level of CO2 in the water by changing the pH. The pH change is an indicator
> used to ballpark how much co2 is in the water. pH buffers are often loaded
> with Phosphate. So dumping a bunch of phosphate into the tank to lower the
> pH is an invitation for GW (green water). 
> - -Travis
> Date: Fri, 22 Aug 2003 06:52:09 -0400
> From: "Scott D. Goett" <sdgoett at att_net>
> Subject: CO2/pH question
> If you use CO2 and Calcium Caronate to adjust your pH, should you not use pH
> buffers like Proper pH, etc?
> Scott