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michaelf

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"PH Results" 12:09pm Thursday 4th Jul
joined: 16th Jul 06
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from: Yorkshire

My tap PH is 7.0
My pond PH reading is 7.8

Should I be worried. It has been 7.8 all this year. So it is stable in the pond.

Michael.


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dave23869

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"RE: PH Results" 1:20pm Thursday 4th Jul


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from: near whitby north yorkshi

I’m 7.2 from tap 7.4 pin pond kh is 120 ppm 6.7 dkh don’t think I’d be worried as long as it’s stable at that


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JIMMY/S

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"RE: PH Results" 10:00pm Thursday 4th Jul


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from: West Yorkshire

My Tap is 7.2 pond 8 but stable don't change morning to night so yours should be fine.

Jim
voodoo_15_uk

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"RE: PH Results" 10:24pm Monday 8th Jul


joined: 8th Nov 12
last here: 6:27pm Tuesday 16th Jul
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from: York

if you leave a glass of water to stand for a few hours its PH will usually increase.

if you have air going into the pond water then this will increase the ph by driving off CO2 (acidic) and promoting more O2 (alkaline) hence the more air you add the higher your ph will go to a certain extent.


Laura



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