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Old Yesterday, 06:52 PM   #76
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The dinoflagellates are back today. I got my water tested with salifert tests.
2 ppm nitrate, which is the first I have seen any
And apparently undetectable phosphate.
This tank's almost / is overstocked and yet no nitrates. I have only been doing maybe 1 gal water changes a week. There's algae but this tank's only 3 months old I guess. Not any worse than other "uglies".

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