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Agreed. I did share my feelings on my findings with seneye. I found enough inaccuracies with it to not trust it.There's also threads about the seneye giving false ammonia readings.
And I agree the ability to add inhabitants that can mitigate the ugly stage is a great thing! The problem is you don't know what is in the bottle of bacteria. I'm sitting here reading the bottle of remission from aquavitro. It doesn't say what strains of bacteria it adds, just that it is bacterial strains developed in aquaculture. It also doesn't say how much bacteria you're adding or is in the bottle. The bacteria additives has become like the supplement world for people, everything is a "proprietary blend" and you never know how much of any ingredient you're adding.
I simply use it as a tool to Guage and monitor certain things if anything.
I will say the majority of reports I've read do show the threshold of seneye ammonia inaccuracies to be within safe ammonia range and haven't had an issue with seneye on that level.
I've been talking about it for awhile now but I will most likely throw a strip as well as pick up another kit to cross refference seneye back to. I like 3 controls in this experiment moving forward.