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28 Feb 2015 18:25 #1 by alan 64 (alan)
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OK guys is would any of use know if a ph of 7.2-7.4 be too high for rams, anything I'm reading says no higher than 7

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28 Feb 2015 18:46 #2 by trent (trent)
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i had one in ph7.6 and it was fine until i had a ammonia spike. i have apistos in that ph right ow and there fine

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28 Feb 2015 19:01 #3 by tetdiscus (Maritess McCarthy)
Your ph should be fine as long as its stable. Its same with discus, stability is more important than manipulating the ph to go down. IMO.

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28 Feb 2015 19:52 #4 by alan 64 (alan)
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cool I wont mess with the ph so and see how they go

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28 Feb 2015 23:42 #5 by Fishowner (Gavin fishowner)
They should be fine but do be warned that the quality of rams has declined over recent years.Asian bred rams have become so weak now its a fish ive struggled with even in ideal ph values...ive had them breed also but long term ive never managed to keep them.I do have two at present who have survived abit better lately...the bolivan ram have been better I find. Best of luck with them,they are a gorgeous fish and when coloured up and breeding they are superb.
Gavin

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01 Mar 2015 01:19 #6 by alan 64 (alan)
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thanks mate I have never kept rams for a long period as I have found what u say to be true but I will try these guys hopefully they will be ok

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01 Mar 2015 08:55 #7 by Gonefishy (Brian oneill)

tetdiscus wrote: Your ph should be fine as long as its stable. Its same with discus, stability is more important than manipulating the ph to go down. IMO.


+1 for sure and couldn't agree more...stability is key....

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01 Mar 2015 20:53 #8 by ger310 (Ger .)
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alan 64 wrote: thanks mate I have never kept rams for a long period as I have found what u say to be true but I will try these guys hopefully they will be ok


Some cracking little Bolivian Rams in an LFS in North Dublin.........They were born and raised in good aul Dublin water aswell,so i picked up 3 myself :)

Ger

What do you call a three legged Donkey?

A Wonkey....duh ha :)

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14 Apr 2015 04:47 - 14 Apr 2015 04:48 #9 by djomla (M T)
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I totally agree with tetdiscus...

I have discus and rams at 7.8
:-)
And they are doing fine :-)
Last edit: 14 Apr 2015 04:48 by djomla (M T). Reason: spelling

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