here's my tank. been using triton for testing and additives.
That's a nice list of inhabitants NeonFish. Please continue the updates.
One of the advantages Triton has is that their "3rd part" isn't just mag, but other important elements / minerals.
I keep telling myself as soon as I get my tank dialed in, I'm going to Triton test to improve water quality. But then I never feel my tank is "dialed in".
Is all the Triton testing done by mail?
Thanks for 'splainin.
I mostly test the big 3 - alk, ca and mag - though sometimes nitrate and phosphate. Getting other key elements assessed would be valuable, without having to invest in a bunch of rapidly expiring test kits. And possibly done more accurately, as you point out.
Where do you get the test kits? Order online?
Cool. I don't know the impact of too much or too little of those elements. Nice that they give you the color rating, or show suggested levels of it. If I read the chart correctly, your tank could use some iodine? Interesting.
I'm going to have to give it a shot eventually.
Thanks for sharing.