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How do I manage the water chemistry in my aquarium?

How To Manage The Water Chemistry In Your Aquarium

Marc Grover (Professional Aquarist) gives expert video advice on: How do I manage the water chemistry in my aquarium?

How do I manage the water chemistry in my aquarium?

When you are dealing with water chemistry, there might be things that are bad, good and microscopic. The major factor that concerns an aquarium are the levels of ammonia, nitrite and nitrate in the water. The basics things that should be considered to maintain water chemistry are keeping the ammonia and nitrate level to 0, nitrate level should be 0-60/70/80 (part per million), having proper biological filtration, confirming that you have the right size and amount of fish in the aquarium, better maintenance of the aquarium, and feeding the right amount of food.