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Shirlie Sharpe

Ammonia Control

By December 3, 2012

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Ammonia is without a doubt one of the most lethal problems in an aquarium. That's why testing for ammonia when starting a new aquarium, as well as part of routine maintenance, is so important. Many of you will give or receive a new aquarium in the next month, and will be faced with an ammonia spike. Yes, it will happen, and ignoring it won't make it not happen. So take the smart route - do your water tests. When the ammonia rises know the steps you can take to lower the ammonia before it can harm your kill your fish. These products help quickly eliminate toxic ammonia when a crisis occurs.

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