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- Tue Jun 02, 2020 20:54 pm
- Forum: The Planted Aquarium
- Topic: Which plants and suppliers?
- Replies: 11
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You can use hydrogen peroxide (6% max from a chemists) in water to help clean plants but you shouldn’t need to quarantine as such. When we first planted our tanks i removed the plants from any pots and the rockwool (the stuff around the roots), and rinsed them through with just tap water before putt...
- Tue Jun 02, 2020 20:39 pm
- Forum: Aquarium Decor, DIY and Equipment.
- Topic: Substrate choice
- Replies: 7
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If its planted you probably wont have to stir it, also if you have snails that bury into the sand. Saying that SJP (my albino BN) does a pretty good job of rescaping sand :D Also i think the unipack sands are made so they dont compact. But unless the sand is really deep (3-4inches+) it probably wont...
Sorry for your loss :( Its really hard to say. If you haven’t had them long you dont know the conditions they were in before you got them which means they could already have underlying issues, or they’re older. Even then younger fish can have issues depending on their lineage and genetics. Just keep...
- Tue Jun 02, 2020 20:18 pm
- Forum: What's happening in your Aquarium?
- Topic: Paul V's Big Tank Log
- Replies: 72
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They’ll be fine! They’re virtually indestructible:D I left one in my QT tank upstairs that wasnt running at all (no filter, lights or heater) for quite a while (it really was ages!) and when i found it i just dropped it in one of the tanks, its grown and become one of the many now :D Its looking goo...
Yeah its seachem prime i use during water changes! I also use quick start during water changes, but as of now, no longer lol... so basicly, add quickstart when adding fish/livestock, filterclean/change or when starting new tank/QT Just note safe start doesnt work with prime as prime binds the food ...