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Old 04-08-2013, 01:08 PM   #1
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How long should i qt fish for whit spot?

My cow fish has white spot. I have a qt tank and I have treatment. I'm going to treat all the fish just to be safe I was just wondering how long should I qt?
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most QT for at least 30 days
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How long should I leave the tank empty the break the white spots cycle?
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These white spots your talking about is it ick? And what if you don't have another tank to separate them from other fish?
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Keep them QT'd for about 30 days after the last of the visible white spots. That time will vary. Ideally keep your DT fallow for 6 weeks to let the Ich in there die off.
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