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Old 05-13-2013, 10:04 AM   #1
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Fishless cycle.. With fish food..

Well I'm thinking on trying this process.. But I need. Some advise... Is my first time doing it.. I haven't set up my tank yet.. Because first I wanna search for some information... Well I wanna know how to do this I don't wanna do anything wrong, I'm thinking on putting fish food that's gonna be my ammonia... I wanna know how much food I have to put in there and how often... I also wanna know how much time is gonna take for my tank to be "completely" cycled.. I want it to be completely cycled no matter if I have to wait months and months.!!! I want it completely cycled ...

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Here's a good read about it.
You'll be better off spending a couple bucks on a bottle of ammonia.
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Old 05-13-2013, 10:20 AM   #3
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You'll be better off spending a couple bucks on a bottle of ammonia.
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You could also use a piece ofraw shrimp too release ammonia.
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You could also use a piece ofraw shrimp too release ammonia.
Yeah that's a good idea.. Do u know where can I find peat.????
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Yeah that's a good idea.. Do u know where can I find peat.????
I'd use ammonia instead of shrimp of fish food. Cleaner faster better IMO.
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I'd use ammonia instead of shrimp of fish food. Cleaner faster better IMO.
Those re good ideas.. Do y'all know how to make water hardless????
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I'd use ammonia instead of shrimp of fish food. Cleaner faster better IMO.
Yep, and more controllable.
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