Help With My Gh Kh An Tds

  1. #H20Nerd

    #H20Nerd Valued Member Member

    10 gal shrimp tank ..shrimp slowly dying ..ammonia nitrites and nitrates all good ph is 6.8- 7.0 .. but my gh seems to be like 2 an my kh is 2-3 an my tds is 204 .so i need help on fixing this .. planted tank with fluval stratum as substrate ..
  2. VioletSS

    VioletSS Valued Member Member

    How long have you had the tank?
    If you've had it a while, have you changed anything recently? Done a water change?
  3. OP

    #H20Nerd Valued Member Member

    Weekly water changes 8 month setup
  4. aniroc

    aniroc Well Known Member Member

    High TDS with low GH, means you have sodium or potassium there. Do you have water softener for your home?
  5. J

    Jocelyn Adelman Fishlore VIP Member

    Also just wanted to touch on the low kH... you need a kH of above 4 to maintain your ph at a stable level... also the khGh both need to be higher to help shrimps with molting etc...