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Re: reducing KH
> Date: Tue, 1 Jan 2002 14:16:04 -0600
> From: "George Deihs III" <GDeihsIII at msn_com>
> Subject: Re: KH
> If I want to reduce my KH, presently 15, will it respond
> proportionately to dilution with distilled or RO? In other
> words, if I take a gallon of KH @15 and mix it with a gallon
> of distilled KH @0, will I end up with 2 gallons of KH @7.5?
> I've got a 65g and plan to do 10 gallon water changes weekly
> with distilled, hoping to lower the KH a bit.
You want to reduce the KH for the plants or for the fish you
have? If you are adding CO2 now, reducing KH will _not_ help the
plants. Having a good CO2 amount/ppm will.
Yes adding 1 gal of 15KH to 1 gal 0 KH will give you 7.5 KH. You
still are going to need to test the KH so you can determine what
your pH will need to be if your using CO2.
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