Aeration obviously raises PH. For those with waterfalls or fountains or other nice add-ons that contribute to natural aeration, how do you deal with your PH? Assuming you have your alkalinity in check, does your PH remain at an appropriate level regardless of aeration? Or, does it rise and require being dealt with on a regular basis? Seems like it would be a constant see-saw effect with having rise, having to lower it, so on and so forth.
I ask because I made a homemade aerator to get my alkalinity down, and now that I've done that, I'd like to run it regularly because I like the effect. But I don't want to inadvertently cause my PH to spike as a result, and that seems inevitable. It also seems inevitable to occur for anyone with any sort of waterfall type component.