Mychala Posted January 31, 2022 Share Posted January 31, 2022 My tap ph is 8.2. Over the years I've had bettas in this and they never seemed to thrive. Just poor appetite mostly. Several years ago I switched to having fluval stratum and haven't had many issues since. I'm guessing my stratum started to wear out my ph has gradually increased back to 8.2 over the last couple weeks. The glowlight tetras are acting normally but the betta has minimal appetite and is less active. No signs of illness. Coincidence or should I redo the stratum? It's a pain and causes algae so I wanted rid of it but I also don't want the betta issues again... I'm going to give it some time but thoughts? Ph 8.2 nitrates 10 nitrites 0 ammonia 0 gh 300 alkalinity 120 temp 80 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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