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I have a 300 gallon reef tank with 7.8 pH and desperately trying to raise it. Added CO2bscrubber, which didn’t do much, added kalkstirrer which upped it a tad. Any help here would be much appreciated. Doesn’t the air stones give rise to micro bubbles in your tank?
There's no need to be desperate at pH 7.8. Many wonderful reef aquaria are at that level.
But if you want to raise it, there are several good options:
by Randy Holmes-Farley For many aquarists, pH is not something that they have much experience with aside from their aquarium. For many, pH is almost a black box measurement: something to be considered, but whose physical meaning makes little sense to them. This article will Read more here...