- Give you the stats of my aquarium before I give
you my problem<br><br>PH 6.2<br>FE 0.1<br>NH 0<br>NO
0<br>CL 0<br>GH 5<br>KH 2<br><br>Problem is is my CO2. It
is off the charts. So far off I can't get an actual
reading. The test tube fills up before it changes to the
final color. Using Red Sea Delux Freshwater Testing
Kit. Has to be 75+ ppm.<br><br>I run 2 w/d outside
filters and an airstone constantly. Plant wise all I have
is Water Sprite growing up top (floating) and is
doing well too. But I can't get the CO2 to escape. I
believe it has to be keeping my PH to far down. And is
stressing the fish. Which is about 20. Neons and platies.
It is a 60 gallon tank too. With 80 Watts of light
on for 10 hrs. Any suggestions would be helpful.
<br><br>Also I do partial water changes every other week. And
my tap water has no CO2 in it.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, iwboomer wrote:
>length for my 80....
> Point taken.....will look into the gloves......will need shoulder
>This may sound kind of disturbing, but these gloves really work too. I
went to a farm supply place and bought the gloves that they use to
inseminate cattle and horses. Shoulder length - and sanitary.