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Generally speaking for fish no more than 40 ppm is recommended but for shrimp it needs to be consistently below 20 ppm and the lower the better really.

The following research includes a table which demonstrates the long-term effects of high nitrate levels and altho the research is about shrimp destined for the dinner table, the science is the same for any shrimp I guess.


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