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Old 11/10/2017, 11:50 AM   #2
o2manyfish
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pH shift is a natural part of photosynthesis rates changing whether their is light or not.

It would be more important to keep Alk levels stable than your pH - In my opinion and from my experience.

When my alk is dialed in and rock solid - my corals are happier.

Doesn't matter what my pH is doing.

When there is an issue with my corals not looking their best - pH is never a concern for me. There is some other culprit.

Dave B


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