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Old 07-25-2011, 10:59 PM
JDiepstra JDiepstra is offline
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Originally Posted by tadpole View Post
That won't really be of any help as tap water is usually high enough in NitrAte to support an algae bloom plus the new water would need to be dechlorinated which is another needless expense at this stage. Well water is anoxic and would kill most of the existing nitrifying bacteria if a major water change was performed.
I have well water, is that y it worked for me? I didnt understand the last sentence, as i am not as educated as you about this! Thanks.
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