"So basically you are able to control Ammonia with pH too"
Well I just thought I would clarify that in case any newbies to goldfish keeping read that and misunderstood!
It's the same with other nitrogens in the tank actually! The pH usually drops when the nitrites/nitrates get higher (I have experienced the same myself once :C). Which is why it usually decreases slightly during the nights while the plants aren't using as much nitrate. It's pretty funny how everything hangs together c:
Yes that is right, sure we dunno want to confuse anybody.
Just to confirm:
Yes you can controll Ammonia with pH.
Never miss your regular waterchange as a lower pH (7.0 - 7.2 ) DOES NOT REPLACE the very important waterchanges.
I agree... it is so interesting discovering how everything works together, like all those little wheels in a mechanical watch / clock.
AMAZING, INTERESTING, FASCINATING