I have been cycling for about two weeks. For some reason the pH level is at 6.0 every morning. I have the AquaUp pH Raising Kit, and am adding between 1/2 - 1 teaspoon every day. I test again, and…Continue
"Nitrification will drop PH but that shouldn't be happening in a system that isn't cycled. Possibly someone will chime in with the answer. Otherwise, keep reading. Maybe a KH issue. I use potassium bicarb and calcium…"
I have been cycling for about two weeks. For some reason the pH level is at 6.0 every morning. I have the AquaUp pH Raising Kit, and am adding between 1/2 - 1 teaspoon every day. I test again, and the pH level will increase to 7.6, but by morning it's back to 6.0. Is it normal for the pH to drop every day?See More
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