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Old 05-23-2011, 06:44 PM   #41
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that makes sense also
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Old 05-23-2011, 06:45 PM   #42
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ok so ill go buy more water and do the 50% water change and do the cycle. should i buy a shrim or something that helps the cycle move on faster?
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if you give your livestock to your friend yes you could dose pure ammo or use shrimp but no not if your keepin the fish in
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Read that it'll help you can cycle with your fish in but would be best if you didnt. Also itll save you money because you wont have to do somany pwc's to keep levels low.

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i just fed the fish alittle and he Ate For the first time sinse all the bad things happend. So im pretty sure hes getting better, and hes like moving atleast 5-10 inches from his spot was.
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i just fed the fish alittle and he Ate For the first time sinse all the bad things happend. So im pretty sure hes getting better, and hes like moving atleast 5-10 inches from his spot was.
only because you reduced the trite level things are and will get worse
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it'll be fine in a few days and cycle itself. i had over 5 ppm trites when i was cycling my rock and it was stuck there forever, i did a few PWC and brought it down to 2ppm and it only took 5 days to turn those trites into trates and finish the cycle
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i just fed the fish alittle and he Ate For the first time sinse all the bad things happend. So im pretty sure hes getting better, and hes like moving atleast 5-10 inches from his spot was.
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Still would be best to get the fish out of the poisonoys water
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Alrite ill go get the other 50% changed and ill take another test and see how it goes, if its still too high thenn ill give the fish to my friend.
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