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    TA question this morning

    My TA is at 50, but PH is holding 7.5-7.6 consistently. Any reason to raise TA to recommended level of 60-80? I've used about 20 ounces of MA the whole month of July.

    FC- 7
    CC- 0
    PH- 7.6
    TA- 50
    CYA- 70
    Water Temp- 82
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    Re: TA question this morning

    No, definitely not. Leave it at 50. Most folks find PH is stable between 50 and 70. If you notice your PH fluctuating up and down then raise it 10.
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    Re: TA question this morning

    Thanks.......That's what I was hoping to hear!!
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