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Old 23-03-12, 15:47
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too many pearls cause ph to drop?

is this possible? can too many pearls cause a swing in ph
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Old 23-03-12, 15:58
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Yes, the effluent from the pearls is slightly acidic. This is part of the reason why it is recommended to feed the effluent into the skimmer intake, so that it can be aerated and raise the ph.
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Old 23-03-12, 16:05
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ah this may have been my problem my feed is into the skimmer but i knocked it and for about 3 hours it wasnt going into the skimmer so i got a bloom of miljy water just before all my sps issues
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Old 23-03-12, 16:06
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acidic would this be lower than 8 or higher cant remember
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Old 23-03-12, 16:28
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acidic = lower than 7
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Old 23-03-12, 16:38
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makes sense then im pretty sure it was when i had too many bio pearls and then the skimmer let a bloom occur
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