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Re: [APD] APD] pH control
It's possible to use different acids, but much more sensible to use RO or
the like and add a bit of buffer.
Not sure the things like 'pH down' are really practical except in the case
of trivial adjustments.
On Tue, Dec 9, 2008 at 10:38 AM, Stuart Halliday <stuart at mytriops_com>wrote:
> Out of interest, what do people use to make water more acidic?
> I know about Peat and CO2. But this seems rather unwieldy and harder to
> control than simply adding controlled amounts of a chemical.
> Can you add ordinary clear distilled Vinegar for example?
> I wonder what the commercial products like 'pH down' in a bottle use.
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