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I have a problem with this idea:
"Lowering pH may be useful as an anticeptic and in frustrating greenwater"
I believe the problems of algae, have little to do with the lowering of P.H. Of course, if the lowering of P.H, is done by the increase of CO2, and is accompanied by nitrogen waste products as well as good lighting, yes there will be a nice crop of various algae's in ones tank. But, simply lowering P.H will not impede the growth of algae. With a lifetime of raising fish here in Oregon, where you would all laugh if I told you my T.D.S readings, I have no experience suggesting low P.H slows algae!
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