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    NaCo2 x Plants

    Hi ppl

    If common salt NaCl can kill the plants, using Sodium Bicarbonate in the water to increase the PH, can kill the plants too? Whats the right dosage?

    Thx in advance.
    "Hey, Tubbs, you ever consider a career in snakeskin guppy breeding?"

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    No, sodium bicarbonate is much diffrent then sodium cloride. Many aquatic Plants can take hard alkaline water. Amazon swords, annabius, Crypts all do well for me, along with floating pennwort.
    Im not sure to tell you the dosage, just mix it in with your substrate. It will acidify (lower ph) over time as the bioload increases.
    Did you read my post about Mycrobacterium marinum on the other thread?

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    Yes, thank you. I did a reply too.
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