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  • Driftwood and ph

    Any ideas why driftwood has not dropped my ph at all in 3 weeks?

  • #2
    Driftwood would not be a controllable or reliable way to move pH, instead I would recommend a pH buffer such as Acid Buffer or Acid Regulator to move pH to a more acidic range.

    I hope this helps! Have a nice day!

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    • #3
      Thanks alot really appreciate it.
      ,im just a little nervous to mess with things too much my ph is a constant 7.6 even out of the tap i currently house 38 tetras, bleeding hearts, buenos airies, columbian, von rio flame and blackskirts everyone is doing fine the stores say they prefer (the fish) 6.8 but that they are fine at 7.6 whats your opinion??

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      • #4
        If the fish do not seem overly stressed at this pH range, then you can certainly leave the pH where it is. Sometimes the quick movement or "yo-yo" pH effect can be more stressful on the fish than a pH that is a little higher than the preferred pH.

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        • #5
          Thanks alot really appreciate it

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          • #6
            You are welcome!

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