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If My ammonia constantly reads 0 to .25ppm and my nitrates are always under 10ppm (with regular matinence), then would I even need to test my nitrites? Doesn't that mean that the bacteria is doing it's job by converting ammonia into nitrites into nitrates? Or can the nirtite spike with the same levels of low ammonia and nitrates?
 

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Death is fair to everyone.
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I do a random ph test and a ammonia test. About 1 time a month. Nitrites are usually high when ammonia is.
 

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I would go with a nitrite kit u can get a kit with all of the tests in it and it saves u mula.
 
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