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>60 ppm NO4 (!)
>fish: 4 discus (2 large, one juvenile, one baby), two 5" clown botia, 3 >Ottos, 2
>zebra danios, 3 rams, two large but very well-behaved snails (one >apple, one
>food: 2-3 frozen gumdrops twice per day (4-6 total per day), plus a >pinch of flakes
Seems like allot of food, but Discus _are_ big eaters.
As a result you may have more phosphate than you really want also.
Try increasing the water changes, or there are a few products on the
market that can reduce nitrates, one is called something like
Bacterblend. It works. There are also products to reduce phosphate,
but they can run into money.