45 days old tank, I am in a hope that the nitrates will reduce by the help of the bacteria converting them into nitrogen gas, as I have a good number of live rocks ... just hoping.
I had a good number of live stocks but a lot of fish died because of the ICH parasite, now 2 Dominoe damsels, 1 yellow tail damsel, ritteri anemone, clown fish, 2 mono angel fish, 2 camel shrimps, 3 feather dusters, favia coral, and a large number of spider crabs which I can see in the rocks occasionally.
I feed twice or 3 times a day as much fish eats within 2-3 minute.
Originally Posted by austinsdad
You gotta get those nitrates under control. 20 and under is acceptable for SW
tanks. Closer to zero is even better.
How old is the tank, what's in it (livestock), and what and how often are you feeding?