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Out of curiosity, what exactly are you calling 'high PO4, kh and gh'? What are their values?

There certainly are issues with hard water, I know because I have it. But bacterial blooms have never been one of them.
 

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When all of your readings are "off the chart" you need to first try to verify that your test kits are giving accurate results. In fact, anytime you are going to depend on your test kits to guide what you do, you should first calibrate them.
Very true!

Do you have well water? If not, just contact your utitlity department and ask for a report on your municipal water. All those parameters will be there measured much more accurately than most of us have access to.
 
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