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  1. Garrett Kondo

    Garrett Kondo New Member

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    How to raise ph in your pond.


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    I won't claim to be an expert but I've read that adding baking soda in moderate amounts (it contains sodium) is ok

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  3. Garrett Kondo

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    Thanks for your response I will look into that. I know you start at neutral 7 and the system will slowly get acidic. Right now my problem is raising the ph.


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    http://www.aquaponics.net.au/forum/threads/ph-low-and-buffering.7920/
    http://www.aquaponics.net.au/forum/threads/carbonates-and-buffering.8035/

    P.S. The search function is your friend!... If you type a couple of keys words about the topic you are interested in (ie: controlling, pH), into the search bar in the top right of the page, you will just about every tpoic related to aquaponics has been discussed, some many times over and at great length, controlling pH being a prime example.

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